If it wasn’t already before, University of Phoenix Stadium officially became Oklahoma’s domed house of horrors, a desert dungeon where high hopes and big dreams went to die in the new year. A resolution to never return to the scene of the crime would be completely understandable.
— Sports Illustrated, Jan 3 2008
WVU – 48
Oklahoma (and all that history) – 28
I honestly thought the loss to pit and the loss of Richie Fraudriguez would be too much for the school to withstand. But, the team played their heart out. The defense was strong and the offense fired on all cylinders. Hell, we even had to play the refs most of the game and still won.
I need to go to bed but there’s too much adrenaline.
Let’s Go Mountaineers!!!!!
While interim coach Bill Stewart continually assured everyone West Virginia was focused on the game and intent on proving its season wasn’t a failure, it was hard to take the words of the affable coach seriously. West Virginia was the Titanic, we all thought, and Stewart was simply the stubborn captain too proud to realize he was on a sinking ship.
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