Found November 14, 2012 on EersAuthority:
Senior wide receiver Tavon Austin may be one of the most electrifying Mountaineers to ever wear the jersey. MSN sat down with him to talk about some of his favorite plays and how he has changed over the years.   Video via WVUSports.com
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