Holgorsen: WVU’s Performance Mixed In Victory At Baylor
WACO, Texas – It was a reversal of last week – with the same result.
West Virginia was excellent in the first three quarters and lousy in the fourth, the exact flip of what happened when the Mountaineers rallied to beat Texas Tech a week ago. But on the road, in a place they had never won, WVU found away to survive a furious rally by Baylor and hold on for a 38-26 victory.
The last two games were a kind of mirror image of one another, but in the end they reflect a win by West Virginia, which moves to 5-2 overall and 3-1 in a rollicking Big 12. Check the press conference of head coach Dana Holgorsen below as the Mountaineer mentor runs through the positives, negatives and what torments him during comebacks.