Hopefully these can be lessons learned to prevent losses later in the season.
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After West Virginia defeated overmatched Georgia State by 41-7 on Saturday, Mountaineer receiver Ivan McCartney was asked if he was satisfied with the 34-point victory.
He looked up and slowly shook his head.
“No,” McCartney said softly. “We’re better than that.”
He repeated himself.
“We’re better than that.”
New WVU starting center Pat Eger was asked the same question.
“A win’s a win,” Eger said. “But when we get in [today] and see the film, we’ll see areas we need to improve on. We’re nowhere near where we want to be. We still have strides to make.”
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