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3-0, 5th in Big 12
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1dMitch Sherman

How Justin Crawford left Taco Bell to lead WVU in rushing

Justin Crawford left his night shift fast-food job only when West Virginia coaches made him. He's determined to support his wife and two kids, and now Crawford is the Mountaineers' top rusher.

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Can KSU provide some road magic?

Nothing is more dangerous than Kansas State as a road underdog. Bill Snyder is 16-5 as a road dog and West Virginia allows over 450 yards of offense a game. It adds up to an easy decision for ESPN's Phil Steele. Week 5 best bets (Insider)

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2dMax Olson

Week 5 in the Big 12: What to watch for

Oklahoma's ability to bounce back and Texas' new-look defense are among the top Big 12 storylines to keep an eye on in Week 5.

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Since joining the Big 12, West Virginia has defeated every member of the Big 12, with the exception of Oklahoma and Kansas State. The Wildcats are 4-0 against the Mountaineers in Big 12 play.

Surprise teams set to crash CFB's playoff party (1:06)

Are Mountaineers a playoff contender?

West Virginia has yet to play a Big 12 game, but the Mountaineers are one of just two teams in the league without a loss. Should they be on our playoff radar? Eliminator

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen, whose team sits among just two remaining Big 12 unbeatens, said he considers the Mountaineers a contender for the league title this year: "Yeah, I'd like to think so. I think our team believes that." Holgorsen, as league play opens for his team Saturday against Kansas State, dismisses the Big 12's poor showing in September non-conference games. "The Big 12 is a challenging league. I don't care what their records are. ... It doesn't look any different to me than it ever has been."

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6dAdam Rittenberg

Coaching winners and losers from Week 4

Gus Malzahn got a huge win -- at the expense of fellow hot-seat staple Les Miles -- while Clay Helton saw his season continue spiraling downward. Plus, what Bobby Petrino's next move should be.


Interception seals WVU win

With BYU driving deep down three, Cougars QB Taysom Hill's pass is batted right to Maurice Fleming's for the game-saving interception. West Virginia holds on to win 35-32.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Huge road win for West Virginia tonight against BYU. The Mountaineers' defense came through in the clutch, picking off Taysom Hill on back-to-back drives to end their 35-32 win at FedExField. If Oklahoma State upsets Baylor tonight, West Virginia is the only undefeated team left in the Big 12.


Cougars defense recovers fumble

WVU QB Skyler Howard wasn't ready for the snap, and the ball bounces around until recovered by the Cougars' Francis Bernard. BYU has the ball, down 35-32 late in the fourth quarter.

West Virginia comes away with critical interception (0:31)

BYU pulls within three of West Virginia

QB Taysom Hill hits WR Moroni Laulu-Pututau over the middle for an 18-yard touchdown. The Mountaineers still lead 35-32 late in the fourth quarter.


Howard scrambles for a touchdown

WVU QB Skyler Howard scrambles for a five-yard TD run to give the Mountaineers a 28-13 lead over BYU late in the third quarter.


BYU pulls within two of West Virginia

BYU's Jamaal Williams runs for a 7-yard TD, but the Cougars' two-point conversion attempt failed. West Virginia leads 21-19 in the third quarter on ESPN2.

West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen discusses end of half sequence (0:37)

Team Stats

Passing Yards324.718th
Rushing Yards208.341st
Points For33.056th
Points Against21.339th

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