Posted September 25, 2012 on westvirginia.scout.com
Any familiarity Dana Holgorsen might have with the thinking of Baylor coach Art Briles has dissolved over time, as the time the two spent together at Texas Tech ended in 2002. "That was 10 years ago," the West Virginia coach said. "I have a hard time figuring out what I did 10 days ago."
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