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West Virginia

Despite returning a powerhouse offense and starting the season off 5-0 SU, West Virginia fizzled down the stretch with a 2-6 SU and 3-5 ATS record, failing to reach the high expectations it had coming into the year. While the offense wasn’t always consistent, the defense was the main concern, finishing among the worst in the country in passing defense and scoring defense.  With the loss of eight starters on offense including quarterback Geno Smith and no reason to expect a complete 180 on defense, Dana Holgorsen’s squad looks to be in for a rebuilding year in 2013.