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WVU future doesn’t look bright in light of narrow win

WVU future doesn’t look bright in light of narrow win

We can always hope they were just getting the rust out, holding back, and will surprise the rest of the season.
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West Virginia University’s football team could have put up another touchdown on William & Mary in Saturday’s home opener at Milan Puskar Stadium.

The final could have been 31-17, rather than 24-17.

Yet Mountaineer coach Dana Holgorsen appropriately killed the remaining seconds and sent his players into the victory formation.

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Or, perhaps more correctly, he sent them into an oh-thank-God-we-were-somehow-able-to-come-back-and-win-this-one formation.

 

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