Since Kyle Bosch’s arrival in Morgantown, all he has done is line up and start every game at WVU and block whoever is placed in front of him.
Bosch is slated to start his 37th straight game for the Mountaineers – he also started 3 games at Michigan while playing in 6 total for the Wolverines. The 6-5, 303-pound lineman was a member of the Big 12 first team last year and expected to repeat that feat in his senior year. Bosch has been a key contributor to the success of both the ground game and the passing attack. Justin Crawford, Kennedy McCoy, and Martell Pettaway have found huge holes to run through thanks in part to Bosch and the offensive lines’ blocking. Bosch has also been a big part of the timing Will Grier has had this year in putting up huge numbers.
Bosch is a former Top-100 recruit who had offers from over 2 dozen schools. The 4-star recruit initially went to Michigan where he earned reps and the starting assignment as a true freshman. After a change in the coaching staff, Bosch decided to transfer and Country Roads brought him to Morgantown. The Illinois native has been a force since putting on the #62 for WVU. His leadership, toughness and work ethic have been key factors on the offensive side of the ball.
Bosch has also made a name for himself for his work off the field. He has helped with the non-profit Get Moving! Inc as well as being involved in other organizations in Morgantown.
Having earned his degree in communications last December, Bosch is balancing football and graduate school this year. The results have been outstanding and Mountaineer Fans should take notice of his work. We need to get loud and thank #62 for his time in the Blue n’ Gold as he runs onto Mountaineer for the last time.
Kyle, thanks for all your work and dedication to Mountaineer Nation.