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Mountaineers Storm Leaves OSU Season Damaged

MORGANTOWN, W.V. - Two members of the Cowboys support staff were saying there should have been a penalty when Jhajuan Seales was shaken up diving for a J.W. Walsh pass. Reminded that Seales launched himself going for the ball, the staffers agreed it was a perfect storm as West Virginia safety Darwin Cook collided with Seales. That wasn't the only perfect storm Saturday at Milan Puskar Stadium.

As a team, and primarily on offense and special teams, the Cowboys created the perfect storm that provided West Virginia the recipe for a season-changing upset. The home crowd got to sing an enthusiastic version of "Country Roads" on a sun splashed afternoon in the Allegheny Mountains after a 30-21 victory. The Mountaineers were not and are not as bad as the team that turned the ball over six...

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