Dana Holgorsen may be gone, but trolling Texas won't die with him leaving.
While he was a bit of an unknown when he was hired from Sun Belt power Troy, West Virginia head coach Neal Brown has to be in the fans' good graces after putting the Texas logo upside down in the Mountaineers' practice facility, reigniting the "Horns Down" gesture that drives Longhorns fans crazy.
That has to sting for Texas, especially considering how 2018's meeting went.
Despite leading for most of the game in Austin, Will Grier and the Mountaineers were able to stage an epic comeback that saw West Virginia escape Memorial Stadium with a 42-41 win that all but knocked Texas out of the College Football Playoff picture.
With the game on the line Will Grier lead West Virginia to a crazy win over Texas! pic.twitter.com/8BFflMRlWJ— Athlete Swag (@AthleteSwag) November 4, 2018
Brown has to prove that his historic offense at Troy will translate to the Big 12, but he's certainly off to a good start in Morgantown if he's already using Horns Down.