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Baylor Bears vs. West Virginia Mountaineers Recap

Second-ranked Baylor stayed undefeated thanks to another incredible offensive performance in a win over West Virginia at McLane Stadium. Baylor racked up 62 points and 693 yards of offense. Bears quarterback Seth Russell finished 20-of-33 for 380 yards and five touchdowns in the air, and he rushed for another 160 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries. His favorite receiver, Corey Cannon, had 10 receptions for 199 yards and three touchdowns. Coleman has emerged as a Heisman candidate with 877 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns through six games. West Virginia's Skyler Howard was 18-of-37 for 289 yards and four touchdowns. Baylor improved to 6-0 while the Mountaineers dropped to 3-3.

West Virginia Mountaineers vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys Recap

The Oklahoma State Cowboys have started off undefeated but still are not getting much respect from the polls as they were only ranked 21st when they headed to Morgantown to take on West Virginia. Their QB Mason Rudolph did not have a very good day going 20/40 for 218 yards but he threw three interceptions. They brought in backup JW Walsh who was able to throw for a touchdown and completed 2 of his 3 passes for 10 yards. The Mountaineers got 147 yards on the ground on 19 carries from Wendell Smallwood and as a team ran for 256 yards on 61 carries.

Oklahoma Sooners vs. West Virginia Mountaineers Recap

Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield threw for 320 yards and three touchdowns, leading the 15th-ranked Sooners to a win over 23rd-ranked West Virginia in the teams' Big 12 opener. The Mountaineers rallied to trim a 24-7 halftime deficit to 27-24 late in the third quarter, but Mayfield responded by driving for 95 yards in just three plays. The Sooners retook a double-digit lead on the game's biggest play, Mayfield's 71-yard pass to Durron Neal, then didn't let West Virginia score in the fourth quarter. Neal had 107 yards on five receptions. West Virginia had a 196-107 advantage in rushing yards, but the Mountaineers committed five turnovers and took seven sacks.
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