Health is key for WVU’s Daniels

West Virginia knew what it got in transfer JT Daniels: a quarterback who went undefeated as a starter at Georgia — and has sat out more games than he’s played in throughout his career.

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August 29, 2022 - 4:36 PM

West Virginia head coach Neal Brown speaks to the press during the Big 12 Conference football media days at AT&T Stadium on Wednesday, July 13, 2022, in Arlington, Texas.

West Virginia knew what it got in transfer JT Daniels: a quarterback who went undefeated as a starter at Georgia — and has sat out more games than he’s played in throughout his career.

Daniels understands the way to helping the Mountaineers become relevant in the Big 12 this season is by staying healthy for a full season.

“It’s an old saying, but availability is your best ability,” Daniels said. “And I’ve missed 28-30 games over the last three years from injury.”

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