Big 12 coaches heads turned after WVU Orange Bowl win

Coaches from around the Big 12 Conference already knew that offenses run by WVU head football coach Dana Holgorsen could score.

His offenses have ranked in the top 15 since 2005 as either head coach or offensive coordinator.

But when the West Virginia football team won last year’s Orange Bowl in record-setting fashion, scoring 70 points and racking up 589 yards, it turned some heads.

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