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Note On Connor Williams

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When Connor Williams was fully dressed out last Saturday for the Kansas game it was safe to say it raised a few eyebrows. For awhile we’ve thought the All-American left tackle was done for the season and likely had played his final snaps as a Longhorn. 

Not so fast, my friends...

We’ve heard  Williams practiced some last week and is slated to do the same again this week in preparations for West Virginia. Barring any kind of setbacks during the week it looks like 55 will make the trip to Morganstown and be available to play. Getting him back would be huge for an offensive line that has struggled all season long. 

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