Blue & Gold Classic Game Of The Week: 2012 WVU vs. Baylor

Blue & Gold Classic Game Of The Week: 2012 WVU vs. Baylor


West Virginia’s first football game as a member of the Big 12 Conference produced video game-like number, as Geno Smith, Tavon Austin, Stedman Bailey and the Mountaineers outlasted Baylor 70-63 in Morgantown on Sept. 29, 2012.

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    Blue & Gold Classic Game Of The Week: 2012 WVU vs. Baylor West Virginia’s first football game as a member of the Big 12 Conference produced video
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    #61031

    WHile this game begins to recede into the distance, it continues to stand out. Never seen two defenses so overmatched in the passing game, and two QBs\WR corps that were so dominant at the same time.

    On the field, in the mid-3Q, I started calculating possession times to see how WVU could work it to have the ball last.

    #61036

    I walked off the field after this game wondering if I had just seen the best football game of my life or the worst. Over the passage of time, I tilt towards the worst.

    #61046

    If you like offense then this was your game. If you like defense you wet yourself over seeing no D by either team. If not for the bone headed penalty Baylor may have folded in the 3rd and lost by 4 TD’s. My favorite play of that game, and perhaps the biggest key to a win, was JD Woods one handed grab and a first down.

    #61049

    To this day, I know the BU quarterback was over the line on the last play of the first half. The other review I could see the call of no catch but being a WVU diehard, it was a catch and a fumble!

    #61060

    If you like offense then this was your game. If you like defense you wet yourself over seeing no D by either team. If not for the bone headed penalty Baylor may have folded in the 3rd and lost by 4 TD’s. My favorite play of that game, and perhaps the biggest key to a win, was JD Woods one handed grab and a first down.

    That’s a great pull, to remember what might seem like to be a small play amidst all those TD catches. That was indeed a great grab!

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