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Morning Mashup - 11/7

Your morning look back, around the headlines and into the future.

On This Date:

- West Virginia has an all-time record of 11-3-1. Back in 1998, West Virginia upset a Top 15 Syracuse team, 35-28. Amos Zereoue (198 total yards, two TDs) and David Saunders (110 receiving, one TD) outshined Donovan McNabb on offense, while Barrett Green led the defense with 12 tackles.

- In 2002, former quarterback Adam Bednarik committed to West Virginia. Best known as being Chuck Bednarik's nephew and originally starting in front of Pat White, Adam played sparingly in 21 games and registered 534 passing yards, 189 rushing yards and accounted for five touchdowns.

In The News:

Oklahoma State's Randle draws impressive comparisons (Casazza - Daily Mail)

Huggins has experience returning (Casazza - Daily Mail)

OSU's offense will try to exploit WVU's defense (Elmquist - Register-Herald)

Mountaineers rout Glenville State, 95-53, in exhibition game (Register-Herald)

Similar systems (Huffman - Register-Herald)

Cogdell leader in WVU's Florida connection (Furfari - Register-Herald)

A look at last four WVU recruiting classes (Vingle - Gazette)

Mirror, mirror on the wall..... (Hickman - Gazette)

West Virginia's Holgorsen taking on the offense he built (Mendendez - Post-Gazette)

Road game Big12 wins are common (Hertzel - TimesWV)

Holgorsen set to meet former team (Hertzel - TimesWV)

Struggling offense leaves WVU baffled (Harris - TribLive)

WVU, Oklahoma State similar in all phases (Sickles - TribLive)

Nugget of The Day:

- Junior College CB Nate Willis confirms that both he and teammate D'Vante Henry have made plans to take an official visit to West Virginia on December 7th.

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