November 18, 2012
Smith: 'We're going to continue to fight'
West Virginia rolled up 49-points and 778-yards of total offense against Oklahoma, but it wasn't enough as the Mountaineers fell to 5-5 on the season. But the offensive output was a confidence builder moving forward as the season draws to a close.
The Mountaineers had their most productive offensive game in recent weeks, as senior quarterback Geno Smith tossed for 320-yards and West Virginia rolled up 458 yards on the ground against an Oklahoma defense than ranked in the top 20 of the country.
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