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In West Virginia’s loss to Oklahoma, the Mountaineers threw for just 218 yards – the third-lowest total during Dana Holgorsen’s time at WVU.
And after Paul Millard’s struggles against the Sooners, Holgorsen is going back to the drawing board this week and will be opening the quarterback competition back up.
“We’ll shake that up a good bit,” Holgorsen said Monday on the Big 12 Conference Coaches’ Teleconference. “I felt good about it a week ago heading into a hostile environment where communication is hard, and it was. We will definitely shake things up on the offensive side of the ball when it pertains to our pass game.
“I’m not happy with where we’re at when it comes to that. We need to be way more efficient than we have been. The quarterback reps will change, and I would anticipate some starting lineup changes with the receivers as well.”