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Dana Holgorsen, as he is often apt to do, made things as plain as possible, saying what many have long suspected -- many of West Virginia's cornerbacks have "no business" playing at this point. The problem? The Mountaineers have no other alternatives.

Those issues were as apparent as ever last week against Oklahoma, when WVU played six different corners throughout the course of the game and started one player -- Terrell Chestnut -- who hadn't seen a meaningful snap on defense in the preceding nine games. It's part of an evolving process, as coaches look for someone -- anyone -- to step in and play well for a long enough stretch to help the...

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