The time is finally here. The WVU football team has yet to knock off the Sooners since joining the Big 12 in 2012. Oklahoma owns a 4-0 record against the Mountaineers in-conference, but the WVU football team does have two victories against OU in the all-time series.
Those just happen to be two of the biggest victories in WVU football history, with the Jeff Hostetler-led Mountaineers beating the Sooners on the road in 1982 and everybody coming together to beat OU in the 2008 Fiesta Bowl.
The Mountaineers will need to drum up some of that magic on the road in Norman this season. But, something has to give. The game will be played Nov. 25 and it is the last game of the regular season. The game could have major implications on the Big 12 title because the winner could be going to play in the inaugural Big 12 Championship Game.
Likely, the winner of this game could be playing Oklahoma State or Kansas State in the title game. When the Mountaineers pulls this one out, it will rank up there with the other two OU wins as one of the most memorable games in WVU football history.
A classic shootout will give way to the Mountaineers. A last-second field goal, perhaps?