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The Weirton (W.Va.) Daily Times surely didn’t mean for this typo to get into the Sunday paper.

No matter. This accidental bit of word greatness accurately wrapped up the Pinstripe Bowl. The Mountaineers lost 38-14 to Syracuse in Saturday’s game, and really, this typo pretty much sums up the last half of West Virginia’s 2012 season. The Mountaineers started the season 5-0 before entering a tailspin and finishing 7-6.

It’s graphic imagery … but still spot on.

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5 Comments:
  • that is truly hysterical...they just forgot to add that geno Smith was the biggest POS on the field...
  • well all i can say is go syracuse and wvu did lose their bowels
  • as a Clemson alum, all i can say is, thank goodness the 'eers took a dump somewhere else this year.
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