The record-setting quarterback plans to sit back some day and reflect on his work, but now is not that time. White still has some business to take care of as he brings West Virginia (8-4) into the Meineke Bowl on Saturday against North Carolina (8-4) in Charlotte, N.C.
White is 4-0 in bowl games. He holds 15 NCAA, Big East and school records, has a penchant for playing well, particularly in bowls.
He topped Sam Bradford and Oklahoma in last January's Fiesta Bowl and also has wins over Georgia Tech in the 2007 Gator and Georgia in the 2006 Sugar.
White has a school-record four 200-yard rushing games, but has thrown enough to become one of seven quarterbacks in NCAA history to both pass and rush for 3,000 career yards.
He is an electrifying athlete," said North Carolina coach Butch Davis. White has shown Mountaineer fans some moves they'd never seen. Some have labeled him as the school's greatest player ever.
"Everybody's entitled to their opinion," White said. "And I'm grateful to those that think so."