MORGANTOWN — The WVU football team held Iowa State to 284 yards and forced three turnovers in a 30-6 victory Saturday, Nov. 28, at Milan Puskar Stadium.
WVU quarterback Skyler Howard connected with receiver Shelton Gibson for a 60-yard touchdown pass on the Mountaineers’ first possession and later added a 32-yard scoring run.
WVU defensive back KJ Dillon recorded an interception to set up the Mountaineers’ first score.
WVU kicker Adam Lambert also connected on field goals of 40, 34 and 30 yards.
The WVU defense has held the Cyclones to just two field goals. WVU defensive back Daryl Worley also had an interception and Jeremy Tyler added a fumble recovery. The Mountaineers had five quarterback sacks.
Howard threw for 202 yards. The Mountaineers added 213 yards on the ground.
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