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If the No. 5 West Virginia Mountaineers don't win a BCS National Championship this season, at least their quarterback, Geno Smith, will be in the running to win the Heisman Trophy.
Smith has been putting up ridiculous numbers this season, throwing for nearly 2,000 yards, 24 touchdowns and zero interceptions through WVU's first five games. He tossed eight scores alone in the Mountaineers' Big 12 opener against Baylor.
Still, there is one offense in college football that has lit up the scoreboard more than WVU. The Oklahoma State Cowboys rank first in the country in scoring offense, and they are posting neary 56 points per game this season.
On November 10, the Mountaineers will travel west to play the Cowboys in Stillwater, in what is sure to be the most entertaining shootout of the 2012 college football season. WVU's defense has been suspect this year, however, allowing 35 points per week on average. That said, I can't see them getting enough stops on the road against Oklahoma State to get the win.
Defense wins championships, and WVU has virtually none on the road.