If the West Virginia Mountaineers are going to throw the Big East title belt into Dana Holgorsen's Thunderbird on their way to the Big 12, this Stedman Bailey catch will be remembered as the elbow drop that did it. Needing 10 yards to keep WVU's final drive alive, Bailey lunged for 26:
You'll also note he landed in such a crumple that teammates had to drag and then fling him back to the line of scrimmage so Geno Smith could kill the clock and set up the winning field goal. It's already being called "The Lift" by 'Eers fans, probably because "The Hurl" sounds like too many other things that happen in both Tampa and Morgantown.
Bailey finished with seven catches for 80 yards.