By Colin Dunlap and Rasheed Marshall | 1:50 p.m. Tuesday
Former West Virginia quarterback -- and Pittsburgh native -- Rasheed Marshall spent 2001-04 in Morgantown attempting to manufacture seven points on each drive for the WVU offense. Each week, only at 'Eers to the Ground, Marshall, a personal trainer and strength and conditioning coach in Pittsburgh now, gives his take to the Post-Gazette's Colin Dunlap on 7 points pertinent to Mountaineers football
This week, they put together a video version:
Rasheed Marshall, also a former NFL player, is a certified strength and conditioning coach and an NCCPT Certified Personal Trainer in Pittsburgh who can implement a workout program for the casual athlete but also works one-on-one or in a group setting to refine football skills for the serious football player of any age. Rasheed works to maximize the potential of athletes by incorporating position specific skill development, speed and agility training and a strength and conditioning program where you get results.