The West Virginia Mountaineers and Geno Smith have a stable of talented receivers this year—that has been well-documented. Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey can turn a short pass into a long gain. This year, WVU can also run the ball.
Geno threw for over 4,000 yards last year with Austin and Bailey each surpassing 1,000 yards. With those two and several other talented receivers this year, even more is expected.
The offense will be more proficient at Dana Holgorsen’s “Air Raid” offense, but watch for the run.