West Virginia and Kansas will meet on a football field for the first time since World War II on Saturday in Morgantown.
The Mountaineers are newly bowl-eligible and looking to add another win to their resume in preparation for the postseason.
Kansas, meanwhile, is looking to secure its first Big 12 Conference win of the Charlie Weis era and spoil the senior day festivities in Appalachia.
The teams last met in Morgantown in 1941, with the Mountaineers emerging victorious by the final score of 21-0.
A bit more offense is expected from both sides this Saturday.
Here's what else you can expect from KU and WVU: