Since 2000 West Virginia is 78-3 when scoring at least 30
- by Doug Samuels 1 year ago
West Virginia and Baylor square off this weekend in a match up of two of the top 10 scoring offenses in the country. Both teams come in to the match up without a loss.
Baylor has yet to put up less than 48 points with games against SMU, Sam Houston State, and Louisiana-Monroe already in the books. West Virginia's lowest point total was last week against Maryland when they put up 31 in a win.
West Virginia's scoring offense is ranked 10th nationally, scoring just over 47 points per game, while Baylor comes in at #5, putting up over 51 points per game. Not surprisingly, both teams also bring top 5 passing offenses into Saturday's 12pm ET match up (Baylor is #5 at 362 ypg and West Virginia is just ahead at #3 with 370 ypg through the air).
If past history is any indication, 30 may be the mark to get to for West Virginia. According to their SID, dating back to 2000, the Mountaineers are 78-3 (96%) when scoring more than 30 points.