MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Redshirt freshman Ford Childress is contending for the quarterback job at West Virginia, and that’s not the only difference from a year ago.
“This spring I actually know what’s going on,” said the 6-foot-5 product of The Kincaid School in Houston, Texas. “Last spring it was hurried, and now everything is settling down. I watched some tape from last spring and it was just completely different.”
Sizing up the competition with rising junior Paul Millard as a battle that “just goes back and forth,” Childress said he doesn’t expect a starter to be named summer until fall camp.