MANHATTAN, Kan. — After West Virginia’s offense managed one touchdown Saturday, and only three points in the second-half, head coach Dana Holgorsen summarized the disappointing output as the “same old deal.”
Citing missed blocks, dropped passes and insufficient quarterback play, Holgorsen felt like he was reliving a season’s worth of mistakes as Kansas State pulled away from West Virginia in the second, 35-12.
“We’re not playing winning offensive football,” he said. “Are we improving and does it look better at times? Yes. Is it good enough to win a Big 12 football game? Absolutely not.”
Click on the video above to view Holgorsen’s postgame news conference.