The West Virginia offensive machine whirred, whistled and hummed, looking unstoppable on its way to a 69-point performance in its season opener against in-state rival Marshall.
WVU improved to 12-0 all-time against the only other Bowl Subdivision team in the state of West Virginia in what will be the last matchup between the teams in the foreseeable future.
We knew that the Mountaineers would have a dangerous passing attack, which was confirmed against Marshall, but we also learned a lot about just how balanced this offense will be.
The defense carried the most questions going into the season, but we also learned a lot about the group that debuted a new 3-4 defensive scheme.
All around, it was a solid Week 1 performance from WVU—here's what we learned from it: