Here are out predictions:
I’m heading to the game and would love to see us pull off the upset. But Morgantown isn’t an easy place to win, even with the better team. I fear West Virginia will move the ball easily, and Baylor’s offense won’t be able to keep up. West Virginia 45-27- Kendall Kaut
The Bears played so well on defense vs Texas, but I fear that was due slightly more to the Longhorn offense than it was otherwise.Let me be clear, if Baylor wins the turnover battle by 2, the Bears can win.I fear the offense will slightly regress playing in Morgantown, however. Neers - 35, Bears - 27- Matt Wilson
Baylor moves the ball well against WVU’s defense, but struggles to contain Will Grier and the Mountaineers’ trio of talented WRs. If they get some early bounces and can play keep away, Baylor might be able to flip the script on the game, though. 41-34 West Virginia- Peter Pope.
Baylor’s offense is able to move the ball at will but West Virginia is able to make enough big plays in the passing game to avoid the upset. If the Bears get off to a fast start and can play from ahead and control the tempo, I certainly feel that this is a more winnable game than we all thought initially. 38-33 West Virginia- David Fankhauser.