MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen said he couldn’t understand the calls that essentially wiped out two Mountaineers touchdowns Friday night, which proved to be a huge difference in Oklahoma’s 59-56 victory. “Obviously, I have to be careful with what I say, but I don’t understand, in a game like this, how you take those off the board,” Holgorsen said. “I don’t get it. Like I said, I don’t understand it. Don’t get it, and I never will.” The first penalty came early in the second quarter, when officials called offensive pass interference on wide receiver David Sills V.