Justin K. Aller
West Virginia takes on the Sooners at home, where an upset victory would mean bowl eligibility for the Mountaineers.
After four straight losses kicked them out of the top of the college football ranks, the West Virginia Mountaineers will try to pull an upset against the BCS No. 12 Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday night, while they also aim to become bowl eligible with a sixth victory.
An undefeated start to the season brought the Mountaineers to the top of college football landscape, but once West Virginia hit the meat of the Big 12 conference schedule, Geno Smith and the offense couldn't continue to produce at the same level.
Now, West Virginia will take on an Oklahoma team looking for the chance at a BCS at-large bid, and still holding out hope for a Big 12 conference championship if the BCS No. 1 Kansas State Wildcats falter down the stretch of the season.
Date and Time: Nov. 17, 7 p.m. ET
Location: Mountaineer Field, Morgantown, W.Va.
Odds: Oklahoma is favored by 11 points on the road