So how about Sunday evening at WVU? Come back to the team headquarters, do a little film, have a few meetings, go out to the practice field — six days before playing host to Oklahoma, in the tenth game of the season – and work on special teams.
“I sat here a week-and-a-half ago and thought we played really well on special teams, other than executing the snap and executing the kick, whether it was a kick or a punt,” Holgorsen said. “So we worked hard at that all week, and if you look at the execution of the snap and the kick, they were really good (Saturday). Both snapping and punting were excellent.
“(Punter/kicker) Tyler responded and had probably the best day he’s ever had here. John DePalma snapped and did his job running down the field with a tremendous amount of effort. With that said, everything else was bad. Everything else I said was good turned bad.”
All that and plenty more in the head coach’s weekly press conference.