West Virginia vs. Texas: Final Game Grades and Analyis for the Mountaineers

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West Virginia vs. Texas: Final Game Grades and Analyis for the Mountaineers
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In a back-and-forth battle for the ages, No. 8 West Virginia proved its worth in the Big 12 Conference, upsetting No. 11 Texas 48-45 in Austin on the heels of a career game from running back Andrew Buie.

After a rough three quarters on defense, the Mountaineers came through with two huge defensive stops when it mattered, setting up the game-winning drive.

Despite a lack of protection, quarterback Geno Smith had yet another strong performance as he continues to make his case in the race for the Heisman Trophy.

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