West Virginia DT Darius Stills on playing with no fans: “You’ve got to bring your own juice”

WOAY – West Virginia held their latest scrimmage on Saturday. Over the 98-play session, head coach Neal Brown pointed to penalties and special teams as the most pressing areas of improvement.

As the team’s opening date with Eastern Kentucky on September 12th draws near, the Mountaineers transition from offseason training to game preparation.

Senior defensive tackle and Big 12 preseason defensive player of the year Darius Stills spoke to the media about the unique challenge of playing in front of no fans.

“You’ve got to bring your own juice,” said Stills. “You’ve got to bring your own energy. And the people that don’t bring their own energy, they’re going to get exposed.”

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