Found November 15, 2012 on Football Nation:
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Heading into the college football season the West Virginia-Oklahoma football game was supposed to decide the Big 12.  After a five and zero start to the season, West Virginia has now lost their last four games; in that span allowing just below 50 points per game.  The Sooners, on the other hand, still have dreams of receiving a berth to a BCS bowl.  Their only two losses come to the number one and number three ranked teams in the country, Kansas State and Notre Dame.  This game comes down to whether the Geno Smith led, number five ranked passing offense in the nation can prevail against Oklahoma's number seven ranked defense.  Here are my three bold predictions for the game.1. West Virginia will keep this game closer than expected.This might be Oklahom's toughest road test yet, considering none of the Sooners have ever played in Morgantown, known for it's fierce fans, making it difficult for Oklahoma to run it's complex offense.  However, that will not be the main re...
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