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After West Virginia’s victory over Baylor early this month and the crushing 48-10 loss against Texas Tech on Saturday, football season is officially halfway over. Whether a bowl game is on the horizon for the Mountaineers has yet to be seen.

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The Big 12 Conference announced on Monday multiple kickoff times for next week's set of conference games, with the matchup between WVU and Texas Tech receiving a 3 p.m. kickoff time from Lubbock, Texas on Oct. 22.

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West Virginia football took the week off after suffering a defeat to the Texas Longhorns on the road. Now, with another Big 12 matchup just days away, the Mountaineer’s performance against the Baylor Bears could determine the rest of the season.

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With over a week removed from this season’s Backyard Brawl between Pitt and West Virginia, there was a lot to take away for the Mountaineers in the 38-31 defeat, including the expectations and outlook heading into the rest of the season.

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As WVU football opens its conference slate against Kansas on Saturday, here are five key players that you should keep an eye on. These starting players will be focal points on both sides of the ball for the Mountaineers.

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