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Post-Game Hangover - LSU (9/25/11) Edition

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It was definitely an electric atmosphere in Morgantown all day and into the night yesterday, but horrendous field position and turnovers were the undoing of our Mountaineers.  After being down 27-7 at the half, the team showed some resilience that I wasn't sure they had against arguably the best team in the country.  Regardless, it was still a winnable game and a loss is still a loss and it hurts.  We have articles, recaps, features and videos from all over the state and around the country covering WVU's defeat last night by LSU.

Recaps and Features:

Jarrett Lee tosses 3 TDs as LSU makes case for No. 1 with drubbing of WVU - ESPN
Recap, stats, video, gallery, etc

LSU 47, WVU 21 - MSNsportsNET.Com

Tigers Trample Mountaineers - WVMETRONEWS.COM
Recap and gallery

WVU football: No. 2 LSU has all the answers, wins 47-21 - Charleston Daily Mail

No. 2 LSU routs WVU for late victory, 47-21 - PPG

WVU vs. LSU Game Recap - WV Illustrated

Good day turns bad for WVU - Charleston Gazette

WVU notebook: Mountaineers dug a hole in first half - Charleston Gazette

Punked in prime time - Charleston Gazette
Record offensive numbers not enough in WVU's 47-21 loss to No. 2 LSU

Miscues Cost Mountaineers - BGN

Unforeseen path to victory - Tiger Sports Digest
No. 2-ranked Tigers survive WVU's 463-yard passing barrage behind Lee's three TD passes, Claiborne's 99-yard kickoff return and a stretched out defense that comes up with four key turnovers

LSU withstands rally, answers challenge - Big East Blog - ESPN

Mountaineer miscues: VIDEO AND PHOTOS - Times West Virginian
Four turnovers stall WVU in 47-21 loss to LSU

Mistakes help sink WVU - Times West Virginian

Tigers Too Tough - Parkersburg News and Sentinel

LSU pulls away from error-prone WVU - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
The West Virginia football team had some opportunities to pull off an upset, but it couldn't stop shooting itself in the foot.

Turnovers Hurt the Mountaineers Most in Loss - WV Illustrated
West Virginia dominated LSU in nearly every statistical category, except for the most important one, points scored. West Virginia out gained LSU 533 yards to 366 yards.

Smith Shines Under Center in Defeat - Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register
The numbers Geno Smith put up Saturday night were legendary. He broke school records that stood more than half a century. And he will never care about any of them because his team lost.

Tigers top Mountaineers - Register-Herald

WVU shows off its best side during GameDay - Martinsburg Journal

WVU will march on - Register-Herald
"Thank You, WVU! Tremendous scene for 1st GameDay visit. School told us 13k were there. Fired up but classy. We’ll be back." - Chris Fowler



PHOTO GALLERY: WVU vs. LSU - WV Illustrated

Photo Gallery II: WVU - LSU - BGN



Head Coach Dana Holgorsen - Mountaineer TV
Coach Dana Holgorsen's post-game comments following West Virginia's 47-21 loss to second-ranked LSU.

Video: Tigers-Mountaineers wrap - Big East Blog - ESPN
Andrea Adelson wraps up the action from Morgantown, where LSU got the best of West Virginia.

OL Don Barclay and LB Najee Goode - Mountaineer TV
Don Barclay's and Najee Goode's postgame remarks to the media following West Virginia's 47-21 loss to LSU.

WVU - LSU Postgame Video Interviews - WVMETRONEWS.COM
Coach Holgorsen, Les Miles, Geno, Jarrett Lee, Tavon, Spencer Ware and Bruce

Video: LSU Postgame - BGN
HCDH, Garrison, Barclay, Goode and Austin

WVU Players Discuss the Loss to LSU - WV Illustrated
Geno, Tandy, Barclay, Tavon, and Garrision

ESPN's Erin Andrews Talks About WVU Trip - WV Illustrated
ESPN sports personality Erin Andrews took a few moments after the conclusion of the College GameDay program to share some thoughts from her experience in Morgantown.