The coaching staff has not come out and said definitively whether or not Dustin Garrison will play on Saturday.
A lot of indicators point to it being unlikely he plays against Marshall or plays at all for a few weeks. Read Wednesday’s story here.
But one player - whose nickname happens to be "The Boss" - says we’re all making way too much of this knee thing.
Who? Shawne Alston, the team's top running back who spends an awful lot of time with Garrison.
“Everytime I walk into the training room he’s in there taking care of his knee. The biggest thing is actually going to treatment every day, when you know you get a little annoyed with it,” said Alston. “I been watching him at practice, watching him run around. We workout in the weight room together. I don’t think his knee is going to be as big a problem as everyone thinks it will be.”
Alston led the team with 12 rushing touchdowns last year, ranked No. 2 in the Big East in scoring touchdowns, and scored the winning TD in two of the team's last three games.
Who can forget that incredible performance in the snow at Rutgers?
One houseekping item for those of you travelling to Saturday's game, the school announced some new postgame traffic patterns that may or may not affect you. Click here.
If you missed today's 2 p.m. WVU football chat, you can read the transcript here.