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This Will Have To Do

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Rarely do I agree with anyone on Mountaineer football. Lend Me Your Eers, however, has a pretty good post recapping the Pitt massacre. Since I'm still not completely ready to talk in-depth about the game, I'll let them speak for me. Here's a quick preview:

Rich Rodriguez's biggest weakness as a coach is his inability, or unwillingness, to make adjustments during the game. If his plan works, and I admit it usually does, he is virtually unstoppable. But when his plan isn't working (South Florida last season and this season, Pitt this season, etc.) changes are rarely made. If Rodriguez is going to become a legend, and one of the best coaches in the country, he has to find a way to win games when things aren't going well early.