When West Virginia makes the trip to Manhattan this week, the Wildcats will look quite different on paper than they did last season when the two teams squared off in Morgantown.
The then-No. 2 Wildcats were coming into the game with an unblemished record, and now they're 2-4 and ranked near the bottom of the Big 12 Conference standings. But there is talent with a big defensive line, two talented quarterbacks and a team that was almost able to upset No. 6 Baylor two weeks ago.