West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen’s decision to go for two against Texas paid off in full. After the Longhorns overcommitted on their coverage of wide receiver David Sills V, quarterback Will Grier took it himself and ran into the end zone.
The move vaulted the Mountaineers up five spots to seventh in the AP Top 25 and has put them back in the hunt for the Big 12 title and the College Football Playoff. They have to win the rest of their games, but they control their own destiny.
Source: Athlon Sports & Life –
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