December 2, 2012
Five Keys To The Win: Kansas
West Virginia (7-5, 4-5) finished the season on a high note on senior day Saturday as the Mountaineers cruised to a 59-10 victory over an out-matched Kansas (1-11, 0-9) team and here are WVSports.com five keys to the victory.
5. Karl Joseph's interception. With West Virginia leading 7-0, Kansas was marching down the field after a 41-yard pass. On 3rd and 18, the Mountaineers offense stepped up and forced a turnover when Dayne Crist overshot his intended receiver and the ball fell into the hands of true freshman free safety Karl Joseph. Kansas wouldn't score again until the game was somewhat out of hand and letting an opportunity to score get away didn't help the Jayhawks efforts.
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