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Despite struggling against William & Mary on Saturday, there are still signs that the West Virginia Mountaineers are a good enough team to possibly knock off the Oklahoma Sooners in Week 2.
Paul Millard looked good in the season opener and appeared to get a stronger hold on the offense as the game went along.
West Virginia’s running game also improved with the addition of running back Charles Sims, and teams that can run the ball generally have a higher chance of beating the Sooners.
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