That was not the way West Virginia wanted to show the nation it belongs in the SEC, ACC or Big 12.
Now that we know West Virginia isn't going to finish 12-0 and play for a BCS Championship, it's time to focus on what the Mountaineers can do following a 47-21 loss to No. 2 LSU Saturday night.
Teams like LSU are going to find a way to win and they did, said West Virginia's first-year coach Dana Holgorsen. I'm not very happy, but hats off to coach (Les) Miles. It's again, like I said Tuesday, a very established program, No. 2 in the country. They have very good athletes, and they outplayed us and outcoached us.
But all is not lost as No. 16 WVU (3-1) remains the favorite to win the Big East.
Keep reading and learn the five things we learned about the Mountaineers following the loss.