West Virginia Mountaineers vs. Baylor Bears: Watch Live TV Stream Online for Free; Preview
The West Virginia Mountaineers and the Baylor Bears will both attempt to stay undefeated on Saturday afternoon when they face each other on Mountaineer Field in Morgantown, West Virginia. The game is scheduled to take place at 12 p.m. ET and can be seen by most people on FX. However, if you are not able to watch the game on television, you can watch the live online stream for free by clicking here.
The No. 9 West Virginia Mountaineers have looked outstanding through the first three games of their 2012 college football season. In week one, they defeated the Marshall Thundering Herd, 69-34. In week two, they dominated the James Madison Dukes, 42-12. The Mountaineers were last seen last week on Sept. 22, getting a win over the Maryland Terrapins, 31-21.
West Virgina is led by their senior Heisman Trophy candidate, Geno Smith. The quarterback has already thrown for over 1000 yards and 12 touchdowns through just three games. He has completed an amazing 81.4% of his passes. The Mountaineers have looked a little weak on defense, but if Smith continues to put points on the board, it may not matter.
The No. 25 Baylor Bears also head into this game with an undefeated, 3-0, record. They won the first game of their season over the Southern Methodist Mustangs, 59-24. In week two, they defeated the Sam Houston State Bearkats, 48-23. The Bears were last seen on Sept. 21, with a win over the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks, 47-42.
Baylor is led by senior QB Nick Florence who has done will in his first season as the starter. He has completed 71 of 110 passes for 1004 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Despite both teams having a similar record through three games, the West Virginia Mountaineers will walk onto their home field as 11 point favorites to defeat the Baylor Bears on Saturday afternoon.
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