Texas-West Virginia Postmortem: Offense/Defense

Connor Williams. (Will Gallagher/IT)
Connor Williams. (Will Gallagher/IT)

Appalachian rain couldn’t stop Longhorn reign. Texas finally got a break – of Will Grier’s finger – in a season that had featured precious few. Grier’s middle finger was the best six-Point Break since Patrick Swayze was robbing banks and Johnny Utah wasn’t having it.

First, let me congratulate West Virginia Fan on their robust sloppy fat guys with beards game. The visual spectacle of thousands of Grizzly Adams Before Nutri-Slim poster boys flipping off Breckyn Hager was complimented by the dulcet tones of play by play announcer Beth Mowins, aka the Lady Home Depot manager who always has to be paged to produce “the key” (jangling from an impressive circular ring on her belt) to unlock some item you need. She rolls up with her polo shirt top buttoned and always knows a surprising amount about grout eradication and the proper use of a framing hammer. AND WON’T STOP TALKING TO YOU ABOUT IT.

Hey, look at me, Beth. Relax. Just added the Texas-WVU Postmortem: Defense. 

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