Former Kansas State head basketball coach and current West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins is known for his disciplined defensive teams.
The WVU football team, on the other hand, is known for not a strong defense—something that could prove to be problematic this week when No. 4 Kansas State travels to Morgantown to take on No. 13 West Virginia in football.
The Wildcats will bring one of the most dangerous dual-threat quarterbacks in the country—senior Collin Klein—when they come to play on Saturday.
Coming off their poorest performance this season, the Mountaineers will have their work cut out for them while trying to bounce back and compete for a conference title.
However, West Virginia has proven this season that it has the ability to score as well as any team in the country—making this one of the most intriguing matchups in college football this week.
Here is what you can expect from WVU and KSU this weekend.