The conductor of the orchestra that is the WVU football team is without a doubt Geno Smith. His play is always at the highest level. An off day for Geno would be better than a good day for most quarterbacks.
The leading candidate for the Heisman Trophy has completed 81 percent of his passes for 1,996 yards and 24 touchdowns in five games with no interceptions.
Geno is a given. He will get his numbers as long as he plays on Saturdays. I'm not worried about Tavon Austin, who has caught 58 passes for 662 yards and eight touchdowns.
I'm also not concerned about Stedman Bailey, with 49 catches for 710 yards and 13 touchdowns. They will all three create havoc for any defense.
I'm talking about the other players, the ones that must also play at a high level for the Mountaineers to win big.
Let's go over them and see how their level of play can make a difference in the scoreboard: .