WVU enters Big 12 conference play this week as the team travels to play the Oklahoma Sooners.
Coach Dana Holgorsen spoke on the weekly Big 12 coaches teleconference about his team and what to expect from Oklahoma.
Holgorsen still won't name a true starter at the quarterback position but say Millard is "the guy" right now.
"The comfort level with him [Millard] is a little higher than it was with Clint" said Holgorsen. "He completed almost 80 percent of his passes, made good decisions."
However, Holgorsen won't write Clint Trickett off just yet.
"I still think Clint brings something to the table that he doesn't, so we will continue to rep Clint" said Holgorsen.
Holgorsen addressed the team as a whole too, Holgorsen belives that the Mountaineers improved on all three sides of the ball.
"I thought we got better on all three sides of the ball, which is the overall goal of an opening football game" Holgorsen said. "[I] don't care too much about the score, would I have liked to score more, absolutely, would we have not liked to given up the big plays that allowed them to score points, of course so, but there are things that happen that we'll be able to learn from it."
Holgorsen is also well aware of the changes The Sooners made on the defensive side of the ball.
"They've made some changes, unfortunately for us. They've got a tremendous amount of speed on the field, a lot more aggressive, a lot more attacking, they're blitzing more" said Holgorsen. "It's not surprising."
The Mountaineers will need to bring everything they got on every side of the ball if they want to get a victory over the Sooners. The two teams are set to kickoff Saturday night and the game will broadcast live on Fox Sports.