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Special teams play was WVU’s downfall

Monday Morning Quarterback

November 12, 2012
By Blaine Myers , Parkersburg News and Sentinel

The West Virginia Mountaineers did a lot of good things in their trip to Oklahoma State Saturday. The offense produced some big plays, including backup quarterback Paul Millard completing a 37-yard touchdown pass on fourth down after starter Geno Smith had to leave for one play. And the defense had some moments as well, including an interception setting up a 1-yard score that brought the Mountaineers within four points in the second half.

 
 

 

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