Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

The Heart of Dallas Bowl drew an announced crowd of 20,507 on Tuesday for West Virginia vs. Utah.


DALLAS — Crunching the numbers after West Virginia’s 30-14 loss to Utah in the Heart of Dallas Bowl on Tuesday:

13 — Tackles by West Virginia safety Kyzir White in his final college game, a career-best.

6 — First downs for the Mountaineers, matching their fewest since 1946.

29 — Rushing yards for WVU, the program’s fewest ever in a bowl game (and its third-fewest in any game since a 27-0 loss to Virginia Tech in 1996)

153 — Total offense for the Mountaineers, the worst since the ’96 loss to Virginia Tech

1,004 — Receiving yards this season for Ka’Raun White.

0 — Catches by David Sills on Tuesday, the first time he was shutout this season.

2 — Interceptions by Utah’s Julian Blackmon during the regular season, a total he matched vs. West Virginia.

2.5 — Tackles for loss by David Long on Tuesday, giving him 16 this season in only nine games, and tying Bruce Irvin (2011) for the sixth-most in school history

38:34 — Time of possession for Utah

7.5 — Yards per carry for Utah’s Zack Moss, matching his season-high

16 — Number of possessions for WVU in the Heart of Dallas Bowl

13 — Number of drives on which WVU gained 4 or fewer yards

5 — Number of drives on which WVU lost yardage

20,507 — Announced attendance for Tuesday’s bowl game, though various estimates placed the actual crowd below 10,000.

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