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In tossing his headset, Dana Holgersen spoke for most of us who were subjected to West Virginia's four-hour slopfest against Oklahoma State. The Moutaineers' 30-21 win over the 11th-ranked Cowboys on Saturday was clunkier than the Beverly Hillbillies' Oldsmobile.
Holgersen took it out on his headset, which shattered from the velocity of his throw. West Virginia was protecting a 24-21 lead at the time, and Holgersen has seen his team do enough bad stuff this year that you couldn't blame him if he could feel disaster rumbling under his feet.
This is a Mountaineers team that lost to Maryland 37-0 last week and needed a late touchdown to beat William & Mary in the season opener.
Presumably, the Mountaineers were going to need a nearly perfect game to beat the Cowboys. They didn't get that, turning it over twice, going 8-for-22 on third down and being outgained 433-388. But Oklahoma State turned it over three times, missed two field goals and threw 27 incomplet...
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It’s not often that teams surprise us with new uniforms on game day anymore, but Oklahoma State kept a serious secret this week. Today, when the Cowboys took the field against WVU, they were sporting new white helmets with the “Phantom” version of Pistol Pete — they are pretty nice:
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Yesterday West Virginia took down the #11 Oklahoma State Cowboys 30-21 in a big upset. College campuses are known to get rowdy after wins but this is a bit much much. Also, I know Oklahoma State was ranked 11 but is a win over them really riot worthy?
A week ago West Virginia looked totally inept in losing by 37 points to Maryland. On Saturday, Oklahoma State was the overmatched opponent as the Cowboys did little right in making their first trip since 1928 to Morgantown, W.Va. The Mountaineers took advantage of OSU’s mistakes to upset the 11th-ranked Cowboys 30-21 at Milan Puskar Stadium.
Oklahoma State opened Big 12 play on the road at West Virginia this Saturday, and the Cowboys unveiled a brand new helmet in Morgantown.Oklahoma...
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Here are the award winners from the West Virginia - Oklahoma State football game, as graded by the Mountaineer coaching staff. WVU defeated the Cowboys 31-20.
West Virgina (3-2, 1-1) upsets 11th rank Oklahoma State (3-1, 0-1) this afternoon 30-21. After losing Geno Smith to the NFL (NY Jets), the Mountaineers have been trying to figure out who their signal caller would be. Today, Clint Trickett, a transfer from Florida State came through. This was not the start the Cowboys had in mind when they started Conference play.
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Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy was not claiming to have all the answers just 24 hours after the Cowboys first loss of the season that dropped them from 11th in both of the major polls to number 20 in the USA Today Coaches poll and number 21 in the Associated Press poll.
More exclusive images from West Virginia's 30-21 win over Oklahoma State
In West Virginia's win against No. 11 Oklahoma State Saturday, the Mountaineers saw a total team effort on both offense and defense.