A top-25 matchup between two high powered Big 12 teams takes place this Saturday with conference implications at stake for West Virginia and Texas Tech.
On Saturdays when you think or hear “Big 12,” what instantly comes to mind are high-powered offenses and coaches that possess 120 plays in a playbook that are just for three WR-sets alone.
Ok. Maybe more of the former instead of the latter but you catch my drift.
Two of the more high-powered offenses in not only the Big 12 but in college football will meet in what is sure to be a contest full of fireworks, funky formations, and plenty of production to jam pack a stat sheet.
West Virginia head coach Dana Holgerson has a well-oiled machine on offense that is led by a potential Heisman candidate Will Grier. At his disposal is a unit that is eighth overall in the country in total offense and 21st in scoring at 42.3 points per game.
The offense for the Red Raiders is not too shabby also. At the fifth in the country in scoring offense, they post an average of 52 points per game and in their last three outings, have posted scoring totals of 77, 63, and 41.
Here’s how to watch the game.
Time: 12:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time
Announcers: Anish Shroff, Ahmad Brooks
Online streaming: WatchESPN, Fubo TV
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