West Virginia had its chances, but couldn't capitalize on two key possessions at Baylor

WACO, Texas - A final look back from West Virginia's offense after the 68-32 loss at No. 2 Baylor.

The Mountaineers missed some chances, but capitalized onothers while perhaps gaining another play maker in David Sills. Receivers coach Lonnie Galloway, above, gives his take on the play of the wideouts, Sills' emergence as a new target for Skyler Howard, the effectiveness and efficiency of the passing game and his expectations moving forward.

And finally, Wendell Smallwood, below, details West Virginia's rushing attack, his work ethic and what he will demand of his offesive teammates, and how he refuses to believe the season is over. Smallwood has been a consistent bright spot for the Mountaineers, and likely would have scored a huge touchdown lte in the first half if not for an ankle issue. Smallwood finished with 89 yards one game after nearing 150, and averaged 7.4 yards per carry to pace WVU when it lacked other legit rushing threats.

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