Game ball goes to: Quarterback Landry Jones. The Sooner signal caller tied a school record with his six touchdown passes and threw for a ridiculous 554 yards while completing 38-of-51 passes. He threw one interception, but this still might have been his best game as a Sooner.
Play of the game: With OU facing a fourth-and-3 and the game on the line, Jones found wide receiver Kenny Stills for the game-winning 5-yard touchdown with 24 seconds left. It was the two's fourth touchdown hookup of the night.
Surprise of the game: The Sooners' defense was completely nonexistent. They surrendered a season-high 773 total yards of offense. That included an astounding 458 rushing yards, including 344 by West Virginia's Tavon Austin.
The biggest thing we learned: OU still has a chance to win the Big 12 Conference. Forget about just the BCS for a second. Kansas State's 52-24 loss at Baylor leaves the door open for the Sooners to win the league should they win their final two contests and Texas upset the Wildcats.
The biggest concern: The Sooners have been gashed two weeks in a row on the ground. First, Baylor hammered them for 252. Now, the Mountaineers put up 458. That's a real issue.
Streak count: Six straight Big 12 Titles in even years dating back to 2000. The chase for seven is now still alive.