The two Big 12 Conference newcomers—West Virginia and TCU—will finally square off on Saturday in Morgantown.
WVU and TCU haven't played since the 1984 Bluebonnet Bowl, as the Mountaineers took the only meeting between the schools 31-14.
Both teams are in desperate need of a turnaround after they each dropped their last two contests.
West Virginia hasn't lost three straight games since the 2004 season, in which the Mountaineers dropped their last three games including a New Year's Day loss to Florida State in the Gator Bowl.
Meanwhile, TCU hasn't dropped three straight since 1998, back when current head coach Gary Patterson was the defensive coordinator.
One of those two statements will no longer be true on Saturday night, as the loser will continue its slide and the winner will attain bowl eligibility.
Here's what you can expect from Saturday's matchup between West Virginia and TCU.