TEXAS TECH VS WEST VIRGINIA

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Texas Tech vs West Virginia Live

Date: Saturday, Oct. 14
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET
Location: Morgantown, W.V.
Venue: Milan Puskar Stadium
TV: ESPNU

West Virginia football will host red-hot Texas Tech in Week 7 and here’s everything you need to know for the Big 12 matchup. The season hasn’t gone quite as expected for West Virginia football as it’s off to a 3-2 start and has been bounced from the AP Top 25. Still, things are looking up for the program but Dana Holgorsen is looking to avoid a letdown season after reaching 10 wins in 2016. The Mountaineers will get a surprisingly tricky test in Texas Tech in Week 7 as the Red Raiders come into the game much tougher than expected. Despite losing Patrick Mahomes to the NFL, the Red Raiders continue to field one of the best passing offenses in the country behind senior Nic Shimonek. In fact.

We have entered an historic period in the OU-Texas rivalry. Parity. The teams are trading off who wins. OU won in 2011 and 2012. Texas won in 2013. OU won in 2014. Texas won in 2015. OU won in 2016. That’s an ABABA rotation. That means it’s been five years since a school had so much as a two-game winning streak in the rivalry. And that’s a first in the series that spans 111 games. Neither team ever got into rhythm, thanks in large part to nine video reviews called for by Big 12 officials. Six came in the first quarter — including three in a five-play stretch — which made referee Eddy Shelton more unpopular among Kansas fans than anyone on the Texas Tech sideline

West Virginia has an elite passer of its own, though. Will Grier, a Florida-transfer, has been fantastic for the Mountaineers this season.He has passed for 1,740 yards and 16 touchdowns with interceptions.This one has the look of a shootout in Morgantown, but it’ll the home team that gets the advantage. The Red Raiders will put up some big-time numbers against decent West Virginia secondary, but they won’t have enough juice late in the game as Shimonek will throw crucial game-clinching pick with two minutes left. Expect Grier to go for over 300 yards and the Mountaineers to total 500-plus offensive yards.

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