Oklahoma State can burn you in a myriad of different ways.
They have weapons all over the field, and West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen knows it.
“They’re a complete offense that can get you in a bunch of different ways,” said Holgorsen in this week’s Big 12 teleconference.
Consider the stats, for a second. Mason Rudolph leads the conference in passing yards, and is tied for second in passing touchdowns. Justice Hill leads the conference in rushing by over 100 yards. James Washington leads the conference in receiving yards, and is averaging a staggering 24.1 yards per reception.
It’s been a season of offensive for Oklahoma State so far, but they’ll need to improve on last week’s underwhelming marks to beat West Virginia. The Mountaineers can score some points as well, and while their defense isn’t as athletic as the one that shut down Rudolph and co., it’s still a good defense.
This is a matchup that determines who stays alive in the conference title race. West Virginia and Oklahoma State are both vying for a rematch with the TCU Horned Frogs, who are undefeated, and stand looming at the end of the season for any team with dark horse College Football Playoff hopes.
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