In a marquee matchup of top-ranked teams in the Big 12, No. 11 Texas (4-0, 1-0) and No. 8 West Virginia (4-0, 1-0) will meet in a conference showdown that will test the resolve of both teams.
Offensively, the two sides boast the top-rated passers in the country. Defensively, both have had their respective problems.
The Mountaineers, led by senior quarterback and Heisman candidate Geno Smith, feature a wealth of talent, chemistry and experience across the board offensively.
Scoring on Dana Holgorsen's defense should not be a problem.
Baylor poured on 63 points last weekend, only to get one-upped by a touchdown in a losing effort.
Stopping the Mountaineers is a real challenge that hardly any team has been able to overcome in recent games. Interestingly, Holgorsen comes from the Oklahoma State offensive pool, which could have impart some similarities in that phase of the game.
Here are five keys for the Longhorns' matchup with West Virginia.