West Virginia Football: 5 Reasons Why Mountaineers Should Worry About Baylor

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West Virginia Football: 5 Reasons Why Mountaineers Should Worry About Baylor
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Dana Holgorsen

West Virginia hosts its first conference game as a Big 12 member this Saturday against Baylor. The Mountaineers opened as 10-point favorites but the line has moved up to 11.5. Las Vegas also has the under at 81.5. That's a shootout, folks.

This is West Virginia's homecoming game. For those who don't understand the significance, I'll spell it out for you: This is an expected win by West Virginia. Schedulers realize that alumni (and their wallets) will be attending the game, so they had better be sated with a win.

So, is this game a foregone conclusion?

We have five reasons why this game may be closer than you think.

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