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WVU vs TCU Insight


Can WVU Bounce Back?

The answer to that question is YES, Following a ROBBERY that happened last week vs Texas, One of the Nations best defenses looks to bounce back vs TCU on Saturday. This Mountaineer Defense ranks 4th in the nation in total yards allowed. While this TCU offense ranks 71st in total offense.

Breaking down WVU:

The Mountaineers strength is definitely on the defensive side of the ball so look for The Stills Brothers and the rest of the defense to play loud and disruptive, they only allow 271.0 ypg, and 19.4ppg. Make no mistake this Mountaineer offense looks to play some hard nose run with the pads type offense led by Running Back Leddie Brown. This squad posted only 879 yards in rushing offense last year ( Last in the Big 12) and are on pace to shatter that this year. In regards to the passing game Jarret Doege has thrown for more than 210 yards in each of WVU’s first six games this season, including a current streak of three straight with 300+. His average of 281.7 is only second behind Oklahoma’s Spencer Rattler (301.0 ypg)

Breaking Down TCU:

Offensively TCU currently ranks 71st in total offense TCU averages 396.2 ypg, and 27.0 ppg, while averaging 6 TO’s a game. TCU’s defense allows 364.5 yards per game, and 27.4 ppg. This is a game looks to win after losing bowl eligibility stemming from a heart-breaking loss to the Mountaineers 20-17. This TCU team looks to extend a 2 game winning streak coming into Morgantown.


The Mountaineers are a 3 point favorite over TCU but I expect this game to be a lot more exciting than what Vegas wants you to think. My Final in Morgantown: WVU-40 TCU- 28. LETS GO MOUNTAINEERS & Hail WV!

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