September 22, 2012
Holgorsen's Take: Maryland
Although No. 7/8 West Virginia (3-0) didn't play their best game against Maryland (2-2) Saturday, the Mountaineers were able to capitalize on turnovers and do enough to win their seventh consecutive in the border rivalry.
The Mountaineers recovered two fumbles, including Doug Rigg's scoop and score in the first quarter, and recorded an interception in the game and with the stat lines as evenly matched as they were; the turnover differential proved to be the deciding stat in the game, head coach Dana Holgorsen said.
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