Mike Lee may present the most trouble for WVU quarterback Will Grier. West Virginia will probably throw the ball 40 times against Kansas, while Lee will be watching and guarding the wide receiving corps like a hawk.
His first interception of the season came last week against Ohio, and he also has one last season playing as a freshman. Lee also has one pass breakup on the season with 21 total tackles.
Lee really has become one of the most respected players for Kansas. That was evident last season when he played right away as a freshman and earned a starting job just four games into the season.
For the Mountaineers to win on the road and for Will Grier to have another big game, he will have to spread the ball to his receivers and let them take control of the rest. Whichever player Lee is guarding may have a tough time getting open.