Goodbye blemish free record. Goodbye any remaining Hesiman hopes. Goodbye, Jake Spavital’s play calling (hopefully).
The West Virginia Mountaineers just got dominated in every way by the Iowa St. Cyclones, and the sky may literally be falling. West Virginia’s offense produced the lowest number of yards since the 1995 season, according to Chris Anderson of EerSports.com.
#WVU currently has 147 yards of offense. That would be the lowest since 1995. Yes, worse than any game in the Chugunov Era, the Millard-Childress Combo in 2013, and the 2001 team that went 3-8 and had Brad Lewis throw more INTs than TDs.— Chris Anderson (@CMAnderson247) October 14, 2018
I have nothing positive to say about this game except good for Kenny Bigelow blocking that kick and then running the entire length of the field while waving on Derrek Pitts Jr. We’ve talked about the offense looking bad for the last two weeks, and screamed from the mountaintops about how bringing those issues to Ames would spell disaster.
This one is probably meltdown worthy, so go ahead and get it out of your system, y’all. We’ve got 10 days to stew in anger over this one before we have to play a Baylor Bears team that nearly beat Texas today.