MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — His offense posted 40 points, but Dana Holgorsen took no satisfaction in his quarterbacks completing only 18-of-36 passes.
After seeing missed throws and six quarterback fumbles between Clint Trickett and Paul Millard, West Virginia’s coach thought his unit underperformed at critical times during Saturday night’s 47-40 overtime loss.
“You have to be able to max protect and throw and catch on the outside, which we did about 50 percent, which is disgusting. That’s been pretty common all year,” Holgorsen said.
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