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It was a cold, wet Saturday in Morgantown yesterday and after a slightly slow start, WVU pressed their foot on the gas pedal and Dustin Garrison responded, along with the defense. In what many felt could have been a trap game with an emotional let-down after last weekend, the Mountaineers put together their most complete, balanced game of the season to date. The 643 yards of offense were the most by a Mountaineer team since 2001 against Rutgers and the defense only allowed 217 total yards to go along with their 5 turnovers generated. Plenty of articles/features, interviews and more await...
Recaps and Features:
Dustin Garrison boosts West Virginia past Bowling Green with 291 rushing yards - ESPN
Recap, stats, video, gallery, etc
Capital One Impact Performances - ESPN
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Gallopin’ Garrison - Charleston Gazette
Freshman rushes for 291 yards in Mountaineers’ 55-10 romp over Bowling Green
Garrison Shines, WVU Rolls - BGN
Fans expect the home team to run over its opposition on Homecoming weekend. Few could have imagined WVU’s pass-happy offense would take that request literally.
Garrison shines in WVU win - Times West Virginian
It was the greatest performance by a WVU freshman, breaking Patrick White’s freshman record of 220 rushing yards ... by halftime.
Garrison Runs Into Spotlight - Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register
WVU running back goes for 291 yards and three TDs
Full WVU effort nice break from conference news - Charleston Gazette
The Mountaineers also surged back atop the Big East, at least in regard to national respect. They will undoubtedly pass South Florida, which had been unbeaten and ranked higher but got blown out by Pittsburgh 44-17, in the polls.
WVU notebook: WVU defense has its breakout game - Charleston Gazette
Ryan Nehlen's (Im)Perfect Touchdown Catch - WV Illustrated
His dad (Equipment Manager Dan Nehlen) was in the locker room and missed it
Head Coach Dana Holgorsen - Mountaineer TV
Dana Holgorsen's post-game remarks following the Mountaineers' 55-10 victory over Bowling Green.
Running Back Dustin Garrison - Mountaineer TV
Dustin Garrison's post-game remarks following the Mountaineers' 55-10 victory over Bowling Green.
Quarterback Geno Smith - Mountaineer TV
Geno Smith's post-game remarks following the Mountaineers' 55-10 victory over Bowling Green.
WVU Postgame Interviews from Bowling Green Win - WV Illustrated
Nehlen, Jewone Snow, Madsen, Julian, Najee and Alston