With three games remaining West Virginia is running out of time of rediscovering heir offense. The Mountaineers started the season looking like a legitimate BCS championship contender with a dynamic offense led by a Heisman caliber quarterback in Geno Smith and playmakers in Stedman Bailey ad Tavon Austin. West Virginia’s 5-0 start is all but a memory after dropping four straight games in Big 12 play.
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