Back to their days at Fairmont Senior and even before that, it’s been special to see the brotherly love between the two Stills brothers. It has now followed them all the way up to their college days at WVU as the two are still giving opposing offenses nightmares, much like they have since they were kids.
A big play in the game was when the Stills brothers combined for a stunt move that resulted in a sack for Dante. This sack, for all intents and purposes, put the game away for the Mountaineers. Check it out:
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After the win over North Carolina State, the two were interviewed together. It was special to see the two talk about the difference-making sack that was a result of a combined effort of the two.
When Dante was asked how he became open on his second sack, he had to take a moment to laugh before pointing at his big brother.
“Him,” Dante said.
“It was a play that we have. Helped me get free, so I give it all to him. I give it to him, I give the sack to him.”
“I was just happy for Dante,” Darius said.
“Because, like I said, I like to see my little brother succeed.”
Brotherly Love Between the Stills Brothers
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Don’t sell Darius short. He does more than just the dirty work for Dante. He also had two tackles for loss in the Mountaineers winning effort.
Dante and Darius Stills are both in the top 4 in the Big 12 in TFL's and sacks.
Sacks (both tied for 2nd)
Dante 5.5 (T-2nd)
Darius 5 (4th) pic.twitter.com/xBEU1NpMsK
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More Stories about the Stills Brothers:
- Dante and Darius Stills Have Arrived
- The Future WVU Sacks King
- Coach Neal Brown: New Defensive Scheme Allows Darius Stills ‘To Showcase His Talent’
- Darius and Dante, The Stills Brothers
- West Virginia Native Darius Stills Gains ‘Different Perspective’ From Trip to the Coal Mines
- The Stills Brothers Love Mountaineer Nation and We Love Them Right Back!
It’s going to be awesome to watch the Still brothers grow together and disrupt offenses in the Big 12.