DALLAS, Texas — Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury is back in the Big 12, and among the familiar faces is West Virginia transfer Charles Sims, whom Kingsbury coached at the University of Houston.

Click the video to hear what a perfect fit Sims to to be for WVU’s offense.

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  • Habib Haddad

    What better way to protect untested QB's than a potent running attack. I like the sound of Sims and wouldn't be broken hearted to see Russel Shell show up in Old Gold and Blue. We need a stud RB in the worst way.

    • c harrison

      Please take me off of your list of bloggers, I have no more interest in being associated with your small time sports program. Hopefully IGM will upgrade what Reasey has given as acceptable quality radio broadcasting which is at best second class.

      • Allan Taylor

        @c harrison: Didn't realize we had a "list of bloggers" or that you'd be on it if we did.

      • wvufannohio

        really? why read it if you have no interest? Just another idiot pointing out that he is an idiot.

  • tw eagle

    if there are no injuries , three A backs will have to play during the season . . .if injuries occur , a fourth and fifth back will be needed. . .being the starter in the XII just means you'll probably get the first touch in the game . . .

  • Abraham Lincoln

    I think Mr. Buie and Garrison will be willing to do what is best for the team. Don't underestimate them.

  • richard

    let's hope he is all they say he is. usually these players come in and don't do a whole lot or live up to what everyone says. dana needs to use him if he is really this good and not worry about players feelings if they aren't played a lot. buie and garrisons time will come later. we need wins now.