Found March 09, 2013 on
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A picture of Dana Holgorsen, the West Virginia Head Coach, recently had his picture on the screen of a news station. The only probably with this was that they spelled his name “Dana Horsewomen.” Holgorsen name isn’t easy to spell, also I doubt it’s in listed in any database of correct words. Some intern may be losing his job for this or the attention to them may make them gain some fame.
BEST OF MAXIM
We are going to assume that whoever was in charge of the graphic below was just trying to get a good laugh, because there is no way that this was an accident, especially since it was spelled correctly at the top of the graphic. We have all been victims of autocorrect while typing and especially texting. The most famous for sports fans might be trying to text second, we mean SEC....
West Virginia University football coach Dana Holgorsen has announced that JaJuan Seider will join the Mountaineer coaching staff as the running backs coach.
I've seen a lot of misspellings and funny typos in my time documenting various Screengrab Snafus around television and sports... but this one may be the weirdest. WSAZ in Huntington, West Virginia called the Mountaineers football coach Dana "Horsewomen" instead of "Holgorsen." I know Holgorsen has that barbarian Mel Gibson in Braveheart thing going on...
FAN OF HORSES
WSAZ in West Virginia had some fantastic quotes and updates regarding WVU’s new running backs coach. The problem, however, was that these quotes came from someone NOT affiliated with the school, at least according to this amazing graphic used on television. BEHOLD DANA HORSEWOMEN, NOT AT ALL RELATED TO DANA HOLGORSEN. WELL, MAYBE HE IS, [...]
Lonnie Galloway still had the notes he had taken from his brief time on Dana Holgorsen's staff at WVU before leaving for Wake Forest in early 2011. But the Mountaineers' former receivers coach -- back on campus to do the same job again -- said he still had to learn the intricacies of Holgorsen's offensive system and how to teach it.
Terry Henderson and Jabarie Hinds reflect on West Virginia's comeback and the issues that put it behind by 24 at the break.