Orange Overwhelms Mountaineers

By: Rich Donnelly and Jim Wharton Email
By: Rich Donnelly and Jim Wharton Email

it was not the sendoff that one of the most talented senior classes at West Virginia University had expected.

The Pinstripe Bowl experience started out as a cold, dreary and snowy day...and went downhill from there.

Syracuse used a power running game and a stifling defense to shutdown the Mountaineers 38-14.

Prince-Tyson Gulley rushed for 217 yards and 2 touchdowns, and was also on the receiving end of a touchdown pass to lead the way.

The Orange defense frustrated Geno Smith in his final game a WVU quarterback. Pounding him for a pair of safeties and holding the high powered Mountaineer offense to just a pair of touchdowns

West Virginia wraps up a disappointing season at 7-6


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