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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Hints that Tevin Bush could make an impact for West Virginia in 2019 began at a simple team-building exercise during preseason camp.

During a game of musical chairs, 300-pound linemen were knocking each other over to get to empty seats when the song stopped. The speedy Bush slipped past them all . There he was in that one last chair, earning a subsequent victory ride on teammates’ shoulders.

Despite not being a starter at wide receiver, Bush made an immediate impression in the season opener against FCS James Madison, giving West Virginia’s sluggish offense a lift with career highs of four catches for 74 yards. The diminutive junior will be

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