West Virginia Vs. LSU Score: Second-Half Momentum Swinging In Morgantown

The West Virginia Mountaineers finally got back on the scoreboard early in the third quarter, with Geno Smith concluding a drive by hitting Tyler Urban for a 12-yard score to make it 27-14. Just before the touchdown, and for the second time this game, a LSU player (Michael Brockers this time) suffered an unconvincing injury as WVU operated from its no-huddle. Coach Dana Holgorsen could be clearly seen on television saying, "That's b-------" while shaking his head.

Here! Take a look! (Click to animate, via @bubbaprog)

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West Virginia's defense has come back to life as well, forcing a punt. Brad Wing remains LSU's punter, so of course it was a fantastic punt, but Smith has already brought the Eers out of harm's way.

For discussion, head to LSU blog And The Valley Shook and West Virginia blog The Smoking Musket. Also, check out this week’s college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub and Week 4 college football coverage for more.

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