West Virginia's offense was impressive in their 69-34 win over Marshall. The Mountaineer offense put together five scoring drives that ate up less than two minutes off the clock, keeping the defense on the field for a substantial amount of time.
Despite the lopsided score, the Mountaineers defense spent almost five more minutes on the field than the Thundering Herd defense did.
"The football got kinda sloppy there in the second half, both on offense and defense. It's more about evaluating each and every position to see what we have to do to get better between now and two weeks."
The Mountaineers are off this week before a match up with James Madison on the 15th.