West Virginia is at No. 16 in the College Football Playoff rankings, while Texas is unranked. The Mountaineers have a 7-1 record, far better than the Longhorns’ 5-4 mark.

But West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen apparently measures the two teams using another metric.

Holgorsen’s comments were picked up on an referee’s mic during the second quarter of the game in Austin. He was upset after officials called kick-catch interference on the Mountaineers, negating a fumble recovery that would have given them the ball with a 17-3 lead.

Texas scored a touchdown on the ensuing drive and eventually made it 17-13 at halftime. No matter how the game turns out, it seems Holgorsen has already determined which team is, er, better.