Along with the nation's most prolific offense, Geno Smith brings with him the astounding stat line - 24 Touchdowns and 0 interceptions.
You read that right. ZERO interceptions through five games and 202 pass attempts.
In fact, you would have to go back all the way to December 1, 2011 to find his last interception. That one came in Tampa against South Florida in a thrilling 30-27 victory for the Mountaineers.
However, West Virginia Head Coach Dana Holgorsen is treating this stat like a no hitter.
"The first step is to not talk about it and obviously when it comes to you guys, you're going to want to talk about it," he said. "If you think he is the only one who can control that, you're nuts. I know it's his stat, but everybody else can help control that. We don't talk about that. We talk about completions and putting the ball where you need to put the ball."
Despite all the well-deserved hype for the West Virginia gunslinger, he still sees a very tough task ahead as he prepares to face the nation's second ranked Red Raider defense and a hostile Jones AT&T Stadium.
"They have a really good defense as well. Every game has its own story, and I expect them to be tough," Smith said. "On the road, it is kind of similar to what we faced this past weekend at Texas with a hostile crowd. It should be a good game. They do a great job on making it tough on quarterbacks. They get a lot of interceptions and turnovers. They really make things complex with the way they react to the ball. They do a great job of reading the quarterback's eyes and reacting to the ball."
This is clearly going to be the Chain Gang's toughest task on defense to boot, but if the Red Raiders can get some pressure on Geno Smith and force him out of the pocket, perhaps they can make something happen and come away with an interception.