Halftime: WVU 21, U of L 14

The Cardinals put together perhaps their best quarter of football of the season and at the half they’re right with the Mountaineers.

Brian Brohm is putting up big numbers on national TV: 13 of 18 for 193 yards — all but 12 yards of the Cardinals offense.

But perhaps an even bigger story is the U of L defense, which is so depleted that the Cards had only one seasoned sub on the line and at linebacker, has held WVU in check while the offense steadied itself after a slumbering first quarter.

More analysis to come soon, as soon as the halftime stats are out.


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