If you don't get too distracted by Dana Holgorsen's hair, which really has a personality of its own, there are some nice nuggets in this post-game interview with the WVU coach.
Of course, I'm too busy looking at his fine mane.
Mad scientist (and also coach) Dana Holgorsen definitely saw something in the way Oklahoma State ran the ball against Texas and he turned Buie loose on the Longhorns.
No one was talking about Buie before the game, but when it was over he had torched Texas for 209 yards and two touchdowns, including a key one that put WVU up by 10 with less than two minutes to play.
I’m still not used to the way the Big 12 plays defense, but the bigger surprise is Texas. The Longhorns were supposed to have the best unit in the Big 12, and many even considered them top 10 nationally. no comments
“For everyone talking (crap) about our defense, it could be worse. We could have Baylor’s defense,” said the unknown fan just one row in front of me.
He was right, but not by much. no comments
WVU 31, Maryland 21: Yep, that score is right.
West Virginia, who was more than a three-touchdown favorite, faced a stiffer challenge than any Mountaineer expected from the Terps.
So how was Maryland able to keep it so close with eighth-ranked WVU? no comments