MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- West Virginia quarterback Will Grier?is expected to be out several weeks after breaking the middle finger in his throwing hand Saturday while trying to score on a run against? Texas, a source told ESPN. Grier flew after the game to Charlotte, North Carolina, near his hometown, where he's expected to undergo surgery Sunday. Grier will be out for the Mountaineers' game next weekend at Oklahoma. It's unlikely that he would be back in time for West Virginia's bowl game. Sophomore Chris Chugunov is expected to start for the Mountaineers against the Sooners. Grier dove for the pylon in the first quarter Saturday and landed awkwardly on his right hand. His middle finger appeared to be bent backward as he held up his hand while running to the sideline. He was bent over in pain as trainers worked on him. A review determined Grier had fumbled before he reached the pylon and went out of the end zone. Texas took...


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