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The West Virginia Mountaineers fell victim to TCU, losing in two overtimes 39-38. And while there where ups and downs on both sides of the ball, there was still a handful of individuals who shined. In our weekly edition of handing out Muskets – given to WVU’s top performers – we examine those who stood [...]
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WVU head football coach Dana Holgorsen and Co-Defensive Coordinator Joe DeForest met with the media following the Mountaineers 39-38 double overtime loss to TCU at home on Saturday, Here are the interviews Dana Holgorsen Joe DeForest Video via BlueGoldNews.com
The cause of West Virginia’s offensive woes, according to coach Dana Holgorsen, is poor play and a tactical switch opposing defenses have made that the Mountaineers haven’t been capable of countering.
Bob Huggins said at this point, West Virginia needs to face another team to see how much of the team's work in practice will carry over to game situations. The Mountaineers will get that chance Tuesday night in an exhibition game against Glenville State.
Isaiah Bruce said one play can be a game-changer. The question for West Virginia is if it will be a season-changer as well.
West Virginia played well enough on defense to win Saturday's game against TCU, according to coach Dana Holgorsen. It was the offense and the kicking game that cost the Mountaineers in their double overtime loss.