Nov 23, 2012; Ames, Iowa, USA; West Virginia Mountaineers quarterback Geno Smith (12) drops back to pass against the Iowa State Cyclones during the second half at Jack Trice Stadium. West Virginia defeated Iowa State 31-24. Mandatory Credit: Peter G. Aiken-US PRESSWIRE

Kansas Football Roundtable: Can Kansas get their first win in conference vs West Virginia?


Kansas at 1-10 on the year, is win-less in Big 12 conference play. The Jayhawks and head coach Charlie Weis will aim to get their first win in conference on Saturday vs West Virginia. The Mountaineers are 6-5 on the year. Does Kansas have a chance at getting that win on Saturday?

Ricky: No. Geno Smith will play like he did at the beginning of the season. To me, the Jayhawks season is over and better luck next year. However, James Sims could change the dynamic of this game if he catches fire.

George: Kansas needs lots of help on both sides of the ball. If the passing game can somehow catch fire, then Kansas has the potential to keep the game close. The Jayhawks offense is too one-dimensional and has hurt the squad all season long.

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