2011 WVU Mountaineers Football: 5 Areas That Need Attention

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2011 WVU Mountaineers Football: 5 Areas That Need Attention
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Dana Holgorsen's debut as West Virginia's football coach didn't go exactly the way anyone expected.

While the offense was solid, it still lacked the explosiveness that everyone was expecting from a Holgorsen orchestrated attack.

Now, junior Geno Smith looked comfortable in the new offense and did a great job of spreading the ball around to his deep, talented receiving corps.

Of course, there was the crazy weather that resulted in more than four hours of delays, and eventually forced the game to be called early in the fourth quarter. No. 24 WVU was awarded the 34-13 victory about seven hours after the game started.

But it was far from a perfect outing for the Mountaineers, so if Holgorsen expects to lead WVU to a Big East championship there are five areas that need to be addressed quickly.

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