West Virginia running back Tony Mathis (24) is facemasked on a tackle

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- Highlights and post game interviews from West Virginia's 33-10 win over Virginia Tech. The Mountaineers piled up 218 rushing yards and throttled the Hokies on the ground to the tune of only 35 in the win that was celebrated by WVU fans in a mostly empty Lane Stadium.

West Virginia vs. Virginia Tech: The Hokies could not defend their home turf as they lost to the Mountaineers, 33-10. West Virginia broke the game open in the fourth quarter scoring the last 17 points of the game. Quarterback Grant Wells was 16-35 for 193 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Wide receiver Kaleb Smith caught five passes for 70 yards and a touchdown. For West Virginia, quarterback T.J. Daniels was 20-30 for 203 yards and a touchdown.

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West Virginia nose tackle Jordan Jefferson isn't just holding his ground on defense. He's getting penetration and helping the Mountaineer defense win the line of scrimmage.

West Virginia head coach Neal Brown states "this is how we play defense" after the Mountaineers shut down Virginia Tech's running game in a 33-10 win.

West Virginia receiver Kaden Prather details ;his approach to fourth down plays after the Mountaineers converted a pair in their 33-10 smashing of Virginia Tech.

West Virginia quarterback JT Daniels knew WVU's offense was playing well and that it was just a matter of time before it began connecting against Virginia Tech,

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