Coming off of their bye week, West Virginia remains ranked in the latest Associated Press Top 25.
The Mountaineers were ranked No. 23 in the AP poll once again this week. West Virginia also remained at No. 23 in the Amway Coaches’ poll.
Dana Holgorsen’s group has enjoyed a 3-1 start to the season entering Week 6. After falling to then-No. 21 Virginia Tech to open the season, the Mountaineers have ripped off three consecutive victories courtesy of an extremely potent offense led by quarterback Will Grier.
In West Virginia’s three wins, the Mountaineers are averaging 57 points per game.
Aside from their season-opener, though, West Virginia has remained relatively untested, cruising to victories over East Carolina, Delaware State and Kansas, but that’s about to change.
On Saturday, the Mountaineers will head to Fort Worth for their tallest test of the season — a ranked showdown with TCU. The home team has won each of the previous two matchups. But earlier in the series after joining the Big 12, the team’s first three games were settled by a combined six points and featured an overtime and a double-overtime game.
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