September 5, 2007
Rodey brings offensive 'energy,' plus notes
MORGANTOWN-Whether by omission or commission last week, West Virginia rushed for 229 yards when right guard Eric Rodemoyer was inserted into the lineup, while posting 87 in the first half of the 62-24 shellacking of Western Michigan at the stadium.
Veteran offensive linemen Mike Dent and Greg Isdaner talked about "flow of the game" and the improved production of starting guard Derek Hayes in the first half, but to the novice eye it certainly seemed that the Mountaineers (3rd/4th and 1-0) became more "right-handed" in the second half.
"When Rodemoyer came in he brought a lot of energy to the offensive line. He was fresh and just wanted to get out there and make a couple of plays. Hayes did a great job also when he was in there. They're both very similar and bring a lot of energy to the offensive line," said fourth-year junior center Dent.
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