Found September 28, 2013 on
As we usually find out every Saturday in college football, what happens one week usually doesn't have much to do with what happens the next and West Virginia's victory of Oklahoma State on Saturday proved just that. "Our team bought in to just getting out there and playing ball. That's what they did. That was a heck of a ballgame," Dana Holgorsen said after knocking off Oklahoma State, 30-21, one week after getting dismantled by Maryland, 37-0. You could almost hear the sense of relief in his voice during his post game press conference and rightfully so. West Virginia's defense…
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West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen went "Steve Spurrier" on his headset during the Mountaineers' huge win over Oklahoma State on Saturday.
After seeing how poorly his team played against Maryland last week, West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen was expecting his team to bounce back against No. 11 Oklahoma State.
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen really wanted a timeout against Oklahoma State on Saturday. He didn't get it, and promptly threw a fit.
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy can relate to Dana Holgorsen's rut at West Virginia.
The Mountaineers are struggling to score one year after their offense was prolific but overshadowed by a struggling defense and a five-game losing streak.
Gundy gets the chance to add to Holgorsen's headaches Saturday when No. 11 Oklahoma State (3-0, 0-0 Big 12) plays its conference opener...
After West Virginia upset the Oklahoma State Cowboys, the Mountaineers shared a rousing rendition of John Denver’s “Country Roads” with their fans.
West Virginia defensive back Ishmael Banks returns an interception 58-yards for a touchdown
The West Virginia Mountaineer Football team came away with an important Big 12 conference victory over No.11 Oklahoma State on Saturday afternoon.
After some were ready to toss in the towel on the season, WVU (3-2, 1-1 Big 12) responded in a big way, picking up their first conference victory...
MORGANTOWN, W.V. - The big talk around the West Virginia University campus has to do with the change at quarterback to the third different player this season. Mountaineers head coach Dana Holgorsen would just as soon have Ford Childress back for his third start even though he only completed 11 passes for 62 yards in last week's loss to Maryland but a torn pectoral muscle obviously...
The Oklahoma State Cowboys had a chance to move into the top 10 in the national rankings with a win Saturday. But the West Virginia Mountaineers of head coach Dana Holgorsen had other ideas, and upset the 11th-ranked Cowboys 30-21 in Morgantown, W.Va. Here are images from the Cowboys first loss of the season.
Who's the next starting quarterback for West Virginia? That would be Florida State transfer Clint Trickett who Dana Holgorsen announced on Thursday would start for the Mountaineers against Oklahoma State Saturday in Morgantown. That makes three starting quarterbacks in five games for West Virginia which is obviously not an ideal situation. But given the offense's performance...
West Virginia is missing Geno Smith and Tavon Austin.
How bad are the Mountaineers doing this season? After making their third change at quarterback, West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen has reportedly made 21 changes to his two deep depth chart.
The biggest change may be at quarterback where Florida State transfer Clint Trickett is starting at quarterback in place of the...
After seeing the way his team played against Maryland a week ago, West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen wanted to see a quick turnaround from the Mountaineers. He didn't want to see them get too down after the loss with Oklahoma State coming into town.
Clint Trickett threw a touchdown pass in his first start at West Virginia, Ishmael Banks returned an interception for a touchdown and the Mountaineers shocked No. 11 Oklahoma State 30-21 on Saturday.
Josh Lambert kicked three field goals for West Virginia (3-2, 1-1 Big 12), which rebounded from its first shutout loss in 11 years to outlast the mistake-prone Cowboys.