West Virginia’s defense, new coordinator and all, beat the Mountaineer offense? The same offense that just scored again on Clemson?
Technically, yes. The final score of WVU’s Gold-Blue game was a 43-34 win by the defense, but the matter of who “won” or “lost” ends there; a scoring system that rewarded the defense for stops and turnovers was the biggest factor in the final outcome.
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