Found November 16, 2012 on
#12 Oklahoma (7-2) @ West Virginia (5-4) Game Time: 6:00 TV: FOX Sirius Channel: 128 The Spread: West Virginia +11 The Lowdown: This preview is certainly different than the one which would have been written in early October had Oklahoma's visit to Morgantown been scheduled earlier in the season. The Mountaineers were 5-0 following a 48-45 win at Texas and ranked fourth in the country. The Sooners, after falling to Kansas State, had just pummeled those same Longhorns in the Cotton Bowl and were looking to get back in the national title picture. For the Mountaineers, it has been…
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WVU head football coach Dana Holgorsen met briefly with the media following the teams 50-49 loss to Oklahoma at home. The loss drops the Mountaineers to 5-5 overall, and caught in a 5 game losing streak. WVU returns to action next weekend when they face Iowa State on the road. Video via BlueGoldNews.com
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By JEFF LATZKE AP College Football Writer For a team that went six years without losing at home, struggles on the road were always magnified at Oklahoma.
That's starting to turn around.
The No. 13 Sooners (7-2, 5-1 Big 12) are perfect away from home so far this season, winning all three of their true road games and walloping...
Select members of the WVU football team and coaching staff met with the media following the teams 50-49 loss at home to Oklahoma. It was another heartbreaking loss for the Mountaineers with the Sooners scoring late to win the game. Tavon Austin was the star of the game, but in the end it wasn’t enough. [...]
Prior to last weekend’s game against Oklahoma State, West Virginia inside receiver Connor Arlia was better-known for his jet ski accident in Florida prior to the Orange Bowl than anything he’s done on the field for the Mountaineers.
With Cody Clay bouncing around to various positions all over the field for West Virginia in recent weeks, the Mountain State has received a new nickname from teammate Ryan Clarke.
The Sooners got a little bit of Sooner Magic they haven’t gotten in quite some time, as quarterback Landry Jones called an audible and completed a fourth-and-3 pass to wide receiver Kenny Stills for the game-winning 5-yard touchdown with 24 seconds remaining Saturday evening at Milan Puskar Stadium in Morgantown, W. Va.