After falling behind 10-0, West Virginia’s defense threw a shutout and its offense eventually got into gear, as the Mountaineers pushed past Kansas 38-17.
The home team outscored KU 38-0 before Kansas managed a 92-yard kickoff return for a score in the final two minutes.
With the win, WVU improved to 3-1 on the season, while the Jayhawks fell to 0-4.
The Mountaineers take to the road for their next game, as they visit Texas Tech next Saturday.
— Blue Gold News (@BlueGoldNews) October 17, 2020