WVU Football: Bad Plays Make Difference in WVU Season

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WVU Football: Bad Plays Make Difference in WVU Season
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NEW YORK - Given how widespread the problems were and how understandable the end result was, it might be unfair to whittle down West Virginia's 7-6 season to a handful of plays. Yet if TCU's two-point conversion pass in overtime hits the ground or if the Mountaineers defend a fourth-down pass in the final seconds instead of allowing Oklahoma's game-winning touchdown, maybe they're not in Saturday's Pinstripe Bowl pitted against an opponent that, according to receiver Tavon Austin, "had our number two years in a row."

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