With ESPN's Gameday crew coming to Morgantown for the LSU-West Virginia game, this is the biggest thing to hit the state since Powerball in 1987.
Dana Holgorsen's first season at WVU is quickly turning into a memorable season, but the Mountaineers are about to face one of the top teams in the nation.
Night games at Mountaineer Field may not be as intimidating as playing in Death Valley when the sun goes down. However, WVU has played in a few memorable games under the lights at home, including a 28-7 victory over third-ranked Virginia Tech in 2003.
Do the Mountaineers have a little magic left before the Big East implodes? It will likely take a near perfect game as kick off is scheduled for 8 p.m. Saturday.
Since there's still a few days before the showdown, let's take a look at the match up by breaking down each position.