Baylor vs. West Virginia game time, TV schedule, spread and more

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The West Virginia Mountaineers and Baylor Bears will tangle on Saturday in what figures to be an offensive explosion.

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The West Virginia Mountaineers will play host to the Baylor Bears in their inaugural Big 12 contest on Saturday afternoon at Mountaineer Field.

West Virginia comes in as one of the more high-flying squads in the country thanks to Heisman-hopeful Geno Smith. The No. 9 Mountaineers rank third in the country with 370 passing yards per game, helping to explain why they average 47.3 points per contest.

In West Virginia's last showing, they beat the Maryland Terrapins 31-21 at home but weren't overly impressive. The Mountaineers only rushed for 25 yards but were bailed out by three Maryland turnovers.

Baylor on the other hand has played some of the highest-scoring games of the year. The Bears are 3-0 despite giving up 24, 23 and 42 points in their games.

The game is really a match of two very similar teams, with No. 25 Baylor fifth in passing yards and scoring, averaging over 361 yards and 50 points.


Time: 12:00 p.m. ET

Odds: WVU -13

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