West Virginia’s offense slowly improving

Does this mean that next season will be a great one?
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Dana Holgorsen isn’t used to treading water.

The West Virginia coach is much more accustomed to lapping the field with an innovative offensive attack that consistently sits among the nation’s leaders at this time of year.

This season has been a little different. The Mountaineers rank in the bottom half of the Big 12 in nearly every offensive category as WVU has struggled to find any type of success.

Yet there have been positive signs from WVU’s offense. Holgorsen’s crew is averaging 34.5 points per game and 1.9 points per drive in their last two contests after averaging 20.4 points per game and 1.3 points per drive in their first five games.

The difference? Clarity.