For most West Virginia fans and players, the biggest game of the season is and will be Pittsburgh in the annual Backyard Brawl.
But don't think for a second that when No. 18 WVU plays at Maryland at noon on Saturday, these two won't be gunning for each other on every play.
With the Mountaineers riding a five-game winning streak in the rivalry, Maryland finally looks like it might have the manpower to pull off an upset.
First-year coach Randy Edsall is familiar with WVU from his time at Connecticut, but until last year's victory he was more accustomed to coming up on the losing end against the Mountaineers.
So who has the biggest advantage going into this year's meeting? Keep reading for a breakdown of the game.