The Connecticut Huskies answered the West Virginia Mountaineers field goal with one of their own. The offenses thus far in the game have struggled a bit, but WVU quarterback Geno Smith looks to build on his efficient first drive. Smith was 3-for-4 for 61 yards, but the opening drive stalled and the Mountaineers had the settle for a field goal.
UConn's quarterback Johnny McEntee was a perfect 5-for-5 for 54 yards on their opening drive, but struggled to run the football as their drive stalled. It seems both teams are able to pass the football, but once they're required to run the football and the field is shortened, their offenses bog down. This game might come down to which offense can actually execute in the red zone and score touchdowns instead of field goals.