Those individual streaks that have come to define West Virginia and its offensive exploits this season came to an end Saturday, but the team’s winning streak continued.
Clint Trickett failed to pass for 300 yards for the first time since late last season. Kevin White finished below 100 yards receiving for the first time in a season that had seen him enter Heisman Trophy conversations.
But the team that won four games all last season won for the fourth time in a row Saturday as the 22nd-ranked Mountaineers beat Oklahoma State, 34-10, before 59,124 at Boone Pickens Stadium.
“It wasn’t easy and it was a lot more challenging than the final score indicated,” WVU coach Dana Holgorsen said.
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