MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Whether it's Clint Trickett or Paul Millard getting their first start as West Virginia's quarterback, William & Mary coach Jimmye Laycock has no preference which one he faces.
He's too busy trying to get his Championship Subdivision team ready to play an FBS opponent in a season opener for the third straight year.
Besides, Laycock didn't have much to go on in film study.
Trickett attempted only 34 passes last season as a backup at Florida State and played in the Seminoles' spring game before transferring to West Virginia in May.
Fellow junior Millard attempted that many passes in the last two years combined as Geno Smith's backup.
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen hasn't announced who will start in Saturday's game between the Mountaineers and Tribe.