"It will be similar to what we did last year and similar to a scrimmage. We'll go ones on twos and twos on ones with very little special teams, just because there are so many moving parts with special teams. We've done a lot of work on our special teams in the spring. All of our units have got a lot of work. You want to keep working it, but for the sake of time and putting jerseys on people and disorganization and making a whole bunch of people mad, because it looks bad, we're not going to do it. It will basically be offense on defense. There will be a scoring system if the defense stops us, then they'll get some points. If we score, then we'll get points. That will pretty much be it."
Today's events begin with an autograph session with the players from 1 to 2:45 p.m. at the indoor practice facility. Then things move outside to the west side of the stadium for a concert featuring Taylor Made.
The old-timers game in the stadium will begin at 5:30 p.m. and as many as 200 former players are expected to be present.
Childress, 18, was stopped driving without his headlights on near WVU's downtown campus at 12:22 a.m. Thursday. An initial field sobriety test showed his blood alcohol content at 0.189, well above the legal limit of 0.8. He was released on $250 bond.
Holgorsen said he will take "appropriate action when all the facts are in.''
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