Jared Wickerham deserves an award for this picture.
What a glorious day to be a Mountaineer!! On a beautiful, chilly fall night, our Mountaineers found a way to capture what could be the final Backyard Brawl despite numerous miscues. Here's your post-game media coverage. There's lot's of video today.
UPDATE: This just in: Tino Sunseri was just sacked....AGAIN.
UPDATE: Videos of the on field celebration has been added (courtesy of BlueGoldNews.com)
Recaps and Features:
West Virginia batters Pittsburgh, remains in chase for automatic BCS berth - ESPN
Recap, stats, photos, video, etc
WVU 21, Pitt 20 - MSNsportsNET.Com
Dana Holgorsen was hired last December to light up the scoreboard, but tonight it was the Mountaineer defense that came up big in the second half of West Virginia's 21-20 victory over Pitt at Milan Puskar Stadium
WVU Wins Brawl - WVMETRONEWS.COM
Recap, video and gallery
Sack Exchange - MSNsportsNET.Com
This article was actually posted Friday morning before the game....boy, talk about prophetic; this guy ought to go into the predicting business
Backyard Heartbreak: Pitt Falls to WVU 21-20 - Cardiac Hill
From the Pitt blog perspective
WVU rides stout defense to win over Pitt - Big East Blog - ESPN
Miller had the most dominating performance of his career, in the final home game of his career, on his birthday no less, keying a stifling defensive effort to help the Mountaineers beat Pitt 21-20 on Friday night.
WVU football: Mountaineers come back, sack Pitt, 21-20 - Charleston Daily Mail
"It was pretty fun," Coach Dana Holgorsen said after his first game against the rival Panthers. "I don't have a voice. Fun. Good atmosphere. Gosh dang, that was fun. The sideline was unbelievable and obviously feeding off the crowd. The crowd got going in the second half. It was loud and rowdy and a lot of fun for the players. They had a great time down there."
Brawl to the finish - Charleston Gazette
Mountaineers rally from 20-7 deficit to beat Pitt 21-20
Saved by the punt - Times West Virginian
Corey Smith helps turn things around as WVU rallies by Pitt in 21-20 thriller
HERTZEL COLUMN: Proof is in the pounding for WVU’s defense - Times West Virginian
All of that is terrible impressive … but 10 sacks, two short of the school record, and nine of them in the final 25 plays of the game.
West Virginia Rallies To Edge Rival Pitt - Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register
Defense stands tall, sacks Sunseri 10 times
Mountaineers nip Panthers, 21-20 - Parkersburg News and Sentinel
West Virginia defense records 10 sacks vs. Pitt
Mountaineers win ‘Brawl’ - Register-Herald
West Virginia escapes with 21-20 victory
WVU quarterback hits up record books in win - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Quarterback Geno Smith broke three West Virginia passing records, shattering the single-season marks for attempts, completions and passing yards.
Head Coach Dana Holgorsen - Mountaineer TV
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen talks about his team's 21-20 victory over Pitt.
Video: Analyzing Pitt-West Virginia - Big East Blog - ESPN
Bruce Irvin talks about West Virginia's 21-20 victory over Pitt.
VIDEO: Pitt Post Game Interviews - WVMETRONEWS.COM
Casteel, Geno, Spain, Najee, Bruce, Tavon, Stedman and Julian
Video: Pitt Postgame - BGN
HCDH, Casteel, Stedman, Tavon and Bruce
Video: More Pitt Postgame - BGN
Geno, Najee and Spain
Postgame Player Interviews: The Backyard Brawl - WVillustrated
Casteel, Corey Smith, Najee, Bruce, Feigt, Stedman, Geno and Julian
Tales from The Tailgates: Backyard Brawl - WVillustrated
Former Mountaineer standouts Rasheed Marshall and Mortty Ivy join other West Virginia fans to talk about the Backyard Brawl and it's uncertain future.