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Well, at least there’s one guy who doesn’t really care who West Virginia’s starting quarterback is in Saturday’s opener against William & Mary.
Sure, Jimmye Laycock is understandably curious, just as is everyone else.
“As far as our preparation is concerned, it doesn’t make any difference at all,” William & Mary’s 33rd-year head coach said Monday. “We haven’t seen them, but if they’re at West Virginia, they’re good players.”