October 5, 2013
Barber doesn't see 2012 repeat against Baylor
It was one of the most mind-blowing scores in the history of West Virginia football.
Last season's 70-63 contest in Morgantown between the Mountaineers and the Baylor Bears shook the foundation of Big 12 offensive power, as both teams set out to break nearly every conceivable offensive records for their respective schools.
But it is a new season and new attitude for the Mountaineers on defense. After last year's Baylor game, the West Virginia defense seemingly became a punchline among college football fans across the country.
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