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Is GSU the weakest WVU opponent in the last 30 years?

Is GSU the weakest WVU opponent in the last 30 years?

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We’ve dusted off media guides, Googled till our fingers turned sore and conversed across offices and cubicles … all in an effort to answer this week’s burning question:

Is Georgia State the worst opponent WVU has faced in the last 30 years?

The Panthers (0-2) have lost two games rather handily to Samford and UT-Chattanooga this season, making them 1-14 in their last 15 games against FCS teams. Oh yeah—two offensive line starters left the team this week, and an assistant coach was reassigned. (Even West Virginia safety Darwin Cook struggled to be diplomatic this week when asked about GSU’s strengths, finally replying, “Their uniforms are cool.”)

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This is a rock-bottom program, no doubt, but can it really be the puniest to line up against WVU in the past three decades? To assist, we narrowed down the chronological list of previous patsies:

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