Is it time to punt yet? We can still make a bowl with 3 more wins.
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With an offense that is totally inconsistent and desperately in need of answering a lot of questions (ranging anywhere from its overall lack of identity to its quarterback play and lack of ability to make plays at receiver) and a defense that is having a lot of problems getting off the field on third downs and stays on the field too long, West Virginia does not look like it’s in position to become one of the best teams in that group of six.
It starts next week against TCU in Fort Worth. The Mountaineers are 4-6 in their last 10 road games and are 2-5 in Big 12 road games.
From there, they take on Texas before finishing the season with their two most winnable games.
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With just four games left, WVU is quickly running out of chances the find the three wins to even make it to a bowl game.