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.
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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