WVU Can’t Get Out of Their Own Way

(Photo by WVU Athletics)

Same story, different week.


West Virginia and Baylor go into halftime tied, 7-7. However, the Mountaineers had ample opportunity to take control of this game but failed.


Turnovers, penalties, and the usual poor Big 12 officials hurt West Virginia, and they will be looking to overcome in the second half.


Quarterback Jarret Doege looked shaky in the first half, tossing two interceptions and losing a fumble. The running game had flashes, but was ultimately held in check.


The good news is that the defense has done their part, and dominated the Bears for all but one drive. The Mountaineers have been able to pressure Charlie Brewer, and should have had an interception if not for a piss poor pass interference call from the clowns called the Big 12 referees.

Baylor receives the second half kickoff.