After totaling 111 points and 1,224 yards of offense in their first two games, the West Virginia Mountaineers will now look to continue their impressive offensive onslaught when they host Maryland on Saturday afternoon.
The Terrapins will be West Virginia's first BCS opponent and the toughest team it's faced so far this season. However, the Mountaineers clearly have the talent advantage to go along with the home-field advantage for this game.
QB Geno Smith and his dangerous receiver duo of Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey seem like they're just starting to heat up. If those three continue to stay hot, it could be a very long day for the Maryland defense.
Here's a look at some of the key storylines to watch for in Saturday's showdown.