Pat White: The senior quarterback when on top of his game is a game changer. In the past the Bearcats have really done a good job on White keeping him in check on most plays. But it’s the few plays they don’t that have killed the Bearcats and seen White take the Mountaineers to victory.
Big Question #1: Can the Bearcats keep Pat White in check and not allow him to make the big play?
Noel Devine: Don’t blink; you may miss Noel Devine taking a run into the endzone. The
Big Question #2: If the Bearcats keep Pat White in check can they keep Noel Devine from picking up the slack and changing the outcome of the game?
The Bearcats enter this week’s game as the top pass offensive team in the Big East with an average of 260 yards per game. The Mountaineers are the second best pass defense in the Big East only giving up 186 yards per game.
Each week it seems as if the Bearcats have several penalties that stall or even stop drives. In fact
Big Question #4: Can the Bearcats have fewer penalties called against them in this big match-up?
Coming out of high school Pat McAfee was considered a major “Big Time” kicker with an accurate and booming leg. Jake Rogers was a soccer player not many knew about. In big games the outcome can come down to a kick needed for a victory and both teams feel they have a player that can give them a victory. McAfee also does the punting chores for the Mountaineers and is right there with Kevin Huber who many consider one of the best.
Big Question #5: Who will see the kicking game change the game the most and help their team to a victory?
There you have it… The Five Biggest Questions for Saturday’s game against