Geno Smith threw for 407 yards and three touchdowns to lead West Virginia to a 59-10 win over Kansas on Saturday.
Smith completed 23 of 24 passes and became the first West Virginia quarterback to throw for 40 touchdowns in a season. His 95.8 completion percentage matched the single-game Bowl Subdivision record set by Tennessee's Tee Martin against South Carolina in 1998.
Afterward, cornerback Brodrick Jenkins threw a cupful of liquid on Smith, who jogged around the stadium to shake hands with fans in the final home game for him and 20 other seniors.
Smith had passing plays of 40 yards or more to four different receivers. Biletnikoff Award finalist Stedman Bailey had 159 receiving yards and two touchdown grabs to boost his Bowl Subdivision leading total to 23.
West Virginia (7-5, 4-5 Big 12) finished with 650 yards of offense.
Kansas (1-11, 0-9) lost for the 11th straight time, the longest streak at the school since the Jayhawks lost 17 straight from 1953-55.
Kansas was limited...