Moving Forward

West Virginia will be looking to bounce back from a 33-23 loss to No. 2 Alabama this weekend when it takes on FCS opponent Towson.

Dana Holgorsen talked about the challenge Towson presents and how important it will be for West Virginia to move forward after the loss during his weekly press conference Tuesday.

The fourth-year head coach was happy to report there were no injuries heading into the home opener and looked deeper into last week's performance and how he thought the Mountaineers played and how they can improve moving into the rest of the season. Recommended Stories

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