December 3, 2011
Garrison makes final two drives count
The West Virginia rushing attack had been kept in check for the better part of three and a half quarters Thursday night against South Florida, before the Mountaineers got the ball back trailing 27-20 with a little under ten minutes left in the game.
That's when true freshman running back Dustin Garrison broke lose, rushing for 52-yards and a touchdown on the games final two drives en route to finishing the game with 87 rushing yards.
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