Found October 07, 2012 on Football Nation:
The stats tell the whole story.  West Virginia and Texas combined for 1,158 total yards, 11 touchdowns, three turnovers, two missed field goals, a blocked punt, and eight 4th down attempts.  What else could you ask for when two undefeated Big 12 teams square off?  In the end it was the combined offensive effort from Andrew Bui and Geno Smith that gave West Virginia a 48-45 victory. Here's the good, the bad, and the ugly of a game that saw as much spectacular as it did despicable.The Good: West Virginia running back, Andrew Buie, managed to gain more yards than Geno Smith.It Looks like Dana Holgorsen decided to switch his game plan up and let his run game do some talking.  Buie managed 207 yards and 2 touchdowns on 31 carries despite a blitzing Longhorn defense.  Buie's field vision and game play was far more impressive than his stats though.  He didn't get all his yards from big plays, instead Buie hit his holes running, he made defenders miss, and most importantly and r...
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