West Virginia sophomore RB Dustin Garrison practiced without hesitation following a torn ACL and sprained MCL, which were injured prior to last season's bowl game.
"He looked like he was cutting pretty good, but it’s the hitting that people need to get over," head coach Dana Holgorsen said. The running back mentioned that he experienced some soreness the following morning and that short steps still did not feel natural. Garrison led the Mountaineers in rushing last season with 742 yards while averaging 5.5 yards per carry. Aug. 6 - 10:10 am et
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review