MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- One hour after Geno Smith crafted arguably the most prolific passing performance in major college football history, his teammates celebrated with their families and friends in the bustling halls of the West Virginia football complex. The Mountaineers had won their inaugural Big 12 game. Recruits, along with their high school coaches, lapped up the scene after marveling at the 70-63 fireworks display that was WVU's win over No. 25 Baylor. Smith's mom was in town from South Florida, but their visit would have to wait for a bit longer. He handed her a box of pizza and retreated to the Mountaineers' offensive staff room for the next hour to examine the game film with quarterbacks coach Jake Spavital.