October 5, 2012
Rigg putting Baylor behind, focusing on Texas
In football, the ability to quickly put a bad game behind and focus on the task upcoming is essential to next level success.
But when you give up 63 points and 700 yards of total offense, that task might be easier said than done.
For junior linebacker Doug Rigg, the faults of West Virginia's defensive performance in the squad's 70-63 victory last weekend still linger. But with the Mountaineers' first away Big 12 contest looming this weekend in Austin, TX, the memory of the Baylor "shootout" remains - not as a detriment to morale but a catalyst for encouragement.
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