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    The Film Room: WVU – Oklahoma What can we learn from the film of West Virginia’s loss to Oklahoma? There wasn’t much on the defensive side, other than
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    My only question was that on Crawford’s drop of the toss near the goal line.  Did they check and make sure it was a backward pass?  I just caught a glimpse on a lowlight replay, but it looked very close to going forward and thus would have been an incomplete pass.

    #39318

    The lack of any competency whatsoever on defense that whole game is very disappointing.

    #39322

    The wildcat was a nice adaptation. Necessity is the mother of invention. I imagine TCU’s staff is combing over WV’s success with keen interest.

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    My only question was that on Crawford’s drop of the toss near the goal line. Did they check and make sure it was a backward pass? I just caught a glimpse on a lowlight replay, but it looked very close to going forward and thus would have been an incomplete pass.

    They did, and it was definitely a lateral. It was reasonably close, but definitely backward.

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    The wildcat was a nice adaptation. Necessity is the mother of invention. I imagine TCU’s staff is combing over WV’s success with keen interest.

    It was, but I liked the blocking adjustment even more, with Wellman on Wesco’s inside shoulder on a number of formations. They even went to a double wingback on one play.

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    The wildcat was a nice adaptation. Necessity is the mother of invention. I imagine TCU’s staff is combing over WV’s success with keen interest.

    It was, but I liked the blocking adjustment even more, with Wellman on Wesco’s inside shoulder on a number of formations. They even went to a double wingback on one play.

    And it took to the 12th game to get a decent blocking scheme going?

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    More focus was placed on the run in game 12. Perhaps the offense would have benefitted from that run focus before it was forced upon them. That’s admittedly 20/20 hindsight, but a valid observation. Imagine a run game that dynamic with Grier at qb too.

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