Redshirt freshman Joey Ehrmann got his second straight start (and the second of his career) at strong-side linebacker in Wake Forest's 28-27 home loss to Miami. Though the Hurricanes rallied late for a dramatic victory, the Gilman alum made quite an impact – especially on Miami quarterback Jacory Harris. Ehrmann was credited with five tackles (four solo, one assist), including 2.5 sacks of Harris for total losses of 21 yards, and a forced fumble. On a first-and-10 play from the Hurricanes' 20-yard line in the second quarter, Ehrmann brought down Harris for a loss of 8 yards, knocking the ball loose in the process (Harris was able to recover it). In the third quarter, Ehrmann combined with defensive tackle John Russell to sack Harris for a loss of 14 yards. Ehrmann also took down Harris on his own for a loss of 6 yards in the fourth quarter.West Virginia freshman Tavon Austin (Dunbar) continues to show he's a big-play threat as a rusher, receiver and returner. In the No. 19 Mountaineers' 30-19 loss to host South Florida on Friday, Austin carried once for 19 yards, made one catch for 13 yards and returned two kickoffs for a total of 47 yards (long of 31). His 19-yard rush came on second-and-10 on the opening drive of the game and took West Virginia down to the Bulls' 5-yard line. The Mountaineers scored two plays later to take a 7-0 lead. Austin's reception also resulted in a first down, coming on third-and-four in the fourth quarter. Additionally, West Virginia freshman defensive back Terence Garvin (Loyola) assisted on a tackle on the second-half-opening kickoff.