MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia’s entered the weekend with 36 plays of more than 20 yards this season but registered zero against Oklahoma State.

After enjoying 10 quarters without committing a turnover, the Mountaineers offense lost three in the span of eight drives, and its defense failed to generate a takeaway for the first time in 2016.

Watch along as the Gold & Blue Lunch Report presents its Monday deep-dive into the Mountaineers’ 37-20 loss at Oklahoma State.

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