College Football Rankings: Can Anyone in the Big East Slow Down West Virginia?
One Top 15 team that no one really seems to be paying a whole lot of attention to right now is No. 13 West Virginia.
Sure, it probably didn't help that the Mountaineers blew their only national spotlight game of the season against LSU back in Week 4, but Dana Holgorsen has since gotten his team regrouped, refocused and ready to make a run at the BCS bowl bid that has alluded them these past few years under Bill Stewart.
QB Geno Smith finally looks like he’s starting to get comfortable in Holgorsen’s Air Raid system and you can tell that this offense is growing more dangerous with each passing week, especially with the emergence of running backs like Dustin Garrison and Andrew Buie.
Smith has already thrown for over 1,700 yards and 14 TDs and the junior signal-caller has the West Virginia offense currently ranked 4th in the nation in passing.
We know the boys in gold and blue can certainly score with anyone, now it’s just up to the defense to prove that they can handle playing top tier competition, something it failed to do in the embarrassing loss to LSU.
Right now, you would have to say that West Virginia is the team to beat in the conference, but there will certainly be plenty of challengers.
South Florida, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Rutgers all stand in their way, but it’s obvious that the Mountaineers have the offensive firepower to blow through the Big East this year.
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