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Quarterback Millard giving baseball a try
MORGANTOWN — WVU quarterback Paul Millard is trying his hand with the Mountaineers’ baseball team.
WVU baseball coach Randy Mazey confirmed Saturday, Feb. 1, that Millard is working out with his squad as it prepares for its Feb. 14 opener, against Louisville, in Charleston, S.C.
He said it’s too early to judge Millard’s status on the team. “He’s a utility type of guy. He plays first base, third base, the outfield. He’s a left-handed hitter.”
How Millard’s baseball status would affect his football status is uncertain. WVU director of football communications Mike Montoro said Saturday that Millard, a rising senior, is still a member of the football team.
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