"Like technique, reading gaps, keying the running back and quarterback, keying what I have to do," Brown said.
Glowinski, meanwhile, was expected to be more ready. Back to spring drills, head coach Dana Holgorsen pointed to the junior college transfer in hopes the junior could at least provide depth. Currently, Glowinski is at right tackle with 6-6 Pat Eger and 6-7 Curtis Feigt.
"It's a little different switching from left tackle to right tackle, but I've picked it up pretty quickly," Glowinski said in what he claims was his first media interview.
Glowinski went to high school at GAR Memorial High in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., before hitting junior college in Scranton, Pa. Among the other schools to recruit him were Connecticut, North Carolina State, South Florida and Texas Tech.
"I like the atmosphere here, though, and how the state really likes the team," Glowinski said. "I was into that."
WVU's coaches were into Glowinski's style of play.
"They like that I'm physical and have a motor," he said. "I just keep going . . . I like driving someone downfield and, after a pancake, jump over them and keep going downfield."
Glowinski said, despite his pleasant demeanor, he has a mean streak on the field.
"When I'm down in a stance, that's when I'm ready to go," he said with a grin.
This season, WVU's coaches are hoping both players are ready to go.
Reach Mitch Vingle at 304-348-4827, mitchvin...@wvgazette.com or follow him at twitter.com.MitchVingle.