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PLAYERS: Tavon Austin
Check out the video. West Virginia’s Tavon Austin fell flat on his face when he tried to celebrate his 45-yard touchdown run in the third quarter of the high-scoring West Virginia vs. Baylor game. Austin scored. He tossed the ball. He walked slowly and pointed at the crowd. But he mistimed his chest bump with a teammate. The result was a little embarrassing.

West Virginia's Tavon Austin gets knocked to the ground during touchdown celebration (Video)

West Virginia Mountaineers wide receiver Tavon Austin capped a 45-yard touchdown reception with a spectacular celebration fail by getting knocked to the ground by teammate Ivan McCartney during Saturday's college football game against Baylor. After Austin scored his third quarter touchdown, he ran to the back of the end zone and leaped into the air, expecting to bump McCartney...

College football week 5: Tailgater picks of the week

It only took four weeks to get there, but finally we had a majority of the Tailgater trio enjoy a winning week against the spread.  Better yet, despite our different picks we’ve achieved identical records through the first month of the year.  There’s still work left to do; this unpredictable business has all of us scratching our heads.  And you actual gamblers out there...

Defense nowhere to be found in Morgantown: West Virginia outlasts Baylor

What a day for Baylor's offense.  There was 63 points scored and 700 yards worth of offense.  Nick Florence threw for 582 yards and five touchdowns.  Wide receiver Terrance Williams had a career day with 17 catches for 314 yards and two touchdowns.  In one game.  And Baylor lost.  Come again? In a game that lacked any resemblance of a defense, West Virginia outdid Baylor...

Geno Smith Tears Apart Baylor Defense, Vaults to Top of Heisman Race, 2013 NFL Draft Board

If you were looking for defense, you didn't find much of it in Morgantown on Saturday. West Virginia topped Baylor in a shoot out on Saturday on the back of quarterback Geno Smith. The Mountaineers won 70-63 in a record-breaking game that came down to the final minutes. Smith threw for 656 yards and had more touchdowns than incompletions, going 45 for 51 with eight scores. Baylor...

West Virginia shatters records in Big 12 debut

MORGANTOWN, W.V. West Virginia center Joe Madsen entered the press conference room at Milan Puskar Stadium, sweat still dripping from his matted-down mohawk after the Mountaineers' 70-63 win over Baylor, and plopped down, exhausted, in the first empty chair he saw."I've been a part of 70 points before," the senior Madsen said, referring to last season's 70...

Video: Mountaineers quarterback Geno Smith throws eight touchdowns in one game

The No. 9 West Virginia Mountaineers made their long-awaited debut in the Big 12 Conference as they hosted the No. 25 Baylor Bears on Saturday. There was no shortage of offense either as the two teams combined for 133 points -- 70 with which came in the first half alone. But in the end, it was the Mountaineers who prevailed by a score of 70-63.West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith...

West Virginia's J.D. Woods Makes Ridiculous One-Handed Catch

The 70-63 shootout between West Virginia and Baylor was one of college football's most exciting games from Week 5. Thanks to over 800 yards of...

Video: Baylor Postgame

Dana Holgorsen tried to reassure the mass of reporters assembled for West Virginia's first-ever game in the Big 12 Conference that no, not every game in the league is like Saturday's 70-63 shootout win over Baylor. One could understand if Mountaineer fans are a bit skeptical.
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