BGN Video: Reactions from Saturday's win

After Saturday's game, there was plenty for the Mountaineer coaches and players to talk about.

For Tony Gibson, it was the way his defense was able to dominate yet another opponent on third down and hold its own against Oklahoma State when it started to make its comeback and was giving West Virginia all that it could handle.

Kevin White might have had - statistically - his worst game of the season, catching three passes for 27 yards and a touchdown, but the senior wide receiver said that at the end of the day all that matters was that WVU came away with the 34-10 victory.

While White and the Mountaineer passing game struggled to get going at times, the West Virginia rushing attack stepped up in a big way with Rushel Shell out Saturday. Sophomore Wendell Smallwood had his second 100-yard game of the season, finishing with 23 carries for 132 yards.

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