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Defensive Helmet Stickers: Week 6




Photo by David Hague

In a game where the Mountaineers threw four interceptions and missed two field goals, the defense played tough and kept the Mountaineers in the game. Texas won the game 42-31, but had less total yards than West Virginia. WVU had 463 yards while Texas had 427.

Josh Norwood

Norwood had double digit tackles leading the team with 10 total tackles and 9 solo tackles. He also defended a pass. He was all over the field for the Mountaineers.

Darius Stills

Darius has been featured regularly on Helmet Stickers. He is a relentless player and has made a major impact in seemingly every game he’s played. He finished this game with 4 solo tackles, 3 tackles for loss, and one sack. Stills made his presence early in the game recording a tackle for loss on the first play from scrimmage for Texas.

Keith Washington

Washington received a helmet sticker for yet another impact interception. He had three solo tackles, but his play of the game was his third quarter interception. It was his third interception of the season and the lone turnover against the Longhorns. Washington was unable to finish the game due to an injury and although it does not appear to be long-term, we will know more likely tomorrow.

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