MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - It was a catch that got its share of replays last year, a backhanded touchdown grab by Marshall's Aaron Dobson between two East Carolina defenders.
Dobson's athleticism isn't lost on No. 11 West Virginia. When the teams meet Saturday in Morgantown, the Mountaineers must find a way to keep the senior wide receiver from embarrassing them the way he did with a 96-yard TD catch two years ago.
West Virginia safety Darwin Cook says Dobson's catch against East Carolina was one of the greatest he's ever seen.
Dobson says his goal on Saturday is to make a statement.
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