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West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen was asked about the criticism of no-huddle offenses at Big 12 Media Day. His response was simple: Get over it.
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DALLAS -- West Virginia was on a roll and ranked in the top five in the country after its big road win over the Texas Longhorns early last October.
Then it all fell apart beginning with the Mountaineers' 1,500-mile trip from Morgantown, W.V. to Lubbock, Texas against Texas Tech.
The deflating 49-14 defeat to the Red Raiders was the first of five consecutive losses.
DALLAS -- West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen had a quick response to Alabama coach Nick Saban's criticism of up-tempo offenses: Get over it.
Holgorsen was asked at Big 12 Media Days about the comments of Saban, Arkansas coach Bret Bielema and others than no-huddle, up-tempo offenses lead to injuries. Their beef is that not allowing teams to substitute leads to a greater risk...
West Virginia sophomore defensive lineman Korey Harris has reportedly been dismissed from the team after being arrested late last week.
According to multiple reports, the already-suspended lineman has been charged with first-degree armed robbery. The robbery allegedly happened July 12 in Morgantown and involved breaking into a home, holding two residents at gunpoint and stealing...
Andrew Buie (All-Pro Photography/Dale Sparks)
Depth abounds at running back for WVU heading into fall camp. With the addition of Houston transfer Charles Sims the mountaineers will have a plethora of backs at their disposal, which will provide the offense with plenty of versatility out the backfield. Andrew Buie returns for his junior campaign giving WVU much needed experience...
Suspended defensive lineman Korey Harris was arrested over the weekend on charges of first-degree armed robbery. As a result, he was kicked off the West Virginia football team.
Back on the 12th is when the robbery allegedly happened when it is reported that Harris and two others went into a Morgantown home and held two people at gunpoint- leaving with cash...
WVU senior Will Clarke thinks that West Virginia is well-positioned to battle the ever-increasing pace of offenses in the Big 12, but understands that just playing against one in practice every day isn't the key to success.