MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Following a 359-yard passing performance that established a West Virginia freshman record, Ford Childress reflected on a promising debut against Georgia State that included three touchdowns in a 41-7 victory.

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  • Allen

    Being a freshman and it's his first game ever in college he did well. WVU has good receivers. People need to be patient with 30 underclassmen on the team and only 8 seniors.

  • shawn

    I can't wait to see what Holgs has to say about the "cute" and "tiny finger" comments.

    The one thing I think Ford needs to improve on is his tempo. Like Holgs said, he looks a little lethargic at times.

  • Allan

    He certainly has a strong arm, bet he's a little sore today. All those sideline passes, a better defensive team may pick one or two of them off if he isn't more careful. Looks good on play action passes, hides the ball well and sells it. A few more games under his belt I think he will be a very good QB, but have to find some receivers for him.

  • tony

    best is yet to come