West Virginia has only played three games, due to weather cancellation against North Carolina State, but they won each matchup and sit near the top of the Big 12. The college football rankings even placed them in the upper half of the top 25.
The Mountaineers had no issues with Kansas State, as quarterback Will Grier delivered 356 yards and five touchdowns to boost his Heisman resume. Marcus Simms took 136 of those yards receiving, while David Sills caught three touchdowns in the victory.
The early season momentum will be on the line against Texas Tech in Week 5. Which high-powered offense will outscore the other?
Oklahoma was an overtime possession away from a shocking first loss, given the game Army gave them from start to finish. It was always close, despite the Sooner offense playing well. They did not find the end zone in the second half, though, before the extra-time score.
Four total touchdowns from Kyler Murray helped keep Oklahoma undefeated while running back Trey Sermon delivered 119 rushing yards.
Lincoln Riley’s team will look for a more decisive victory against Baylor in Week 5 before the Red River Rivalry game arrives in early October. Can they survive another week and keep a top spot in the Big 12?