The offensive line has been West Virginia’s biggest area of concern early in the season and one of its most talented lineman will remain out for the second straight game. Josh Sills, the 6’6 326 pound redshirt junior, did not travel with the team and will not play against Kansas today.
OG Josh Sills did not travel with Mountaineers to Kansas. #wvu
— Bob Hertzel (@bhertzel) September 21, 2019
Sills, who is a three year starter at guard for the Mountaineers and All Big 12 Conference First Team by Street and Smith’s, remains bothered by a nagging shoulder injury. Without Sills and Mike Brown last week, the Mountaineers’ line had their best game of the year so far. Let’s hope that continues today!
Of note: Josh Sills is not dressed. pic.twitter.com/L7QlRHh4Cq
— Joe Brocato (@joebrowvm) September 14, 2019
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