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West Virginia Mountaineers vs. Baylor Bears Game Thread: Live updates, TV info, and more

Come hang out with us in the comments as West Virginia looks to spoil Halloween in Waco by handing the Bears their first loss of the season.

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Date: Thursday, October 31, 2019

Time: 8:00PM ET

Location: Chip Gaines Field at McLane Stadium, Waco, Texas

Channel: ESPN

Announcers: Adam Amin (play-by-play), Matt Hasselbeck (analyst), Pat McAfee (analyst), Molly McGrath (sideline)

Online Streaming: WatchESPN with a valid cable subscription

Radio: Mountaineer Sports Network on IMG (Online Stream | Radio Affiliates) | SIRIUS: 137, XM: 199

Radio Announcers: Tony Caridi (PBP), Dwight Wallace (analyst), Jed Drenning (sideline)

Betting Odds: Baylor -19, 57 Total via

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  • The series between West Virginia and Baylor started in 2012 with a 70-63 WVU win in Morgantown. The last meeting took place in 2018 in Morgantown, with WVU winning 58-14. That meeting marked West Virginia’s third straight win in the series and fourth in the last five.
  • Sam James and Tykee Smith were recently named to the Football Writers of Association of America (FWAA) Mid-Season Freshman AllAmerica Watch List
  • The WVU special teams unit is ranked No. 2 in the Big 12 and No. 20 nationally in kickoff return defense
  • Austin Kendall is No. 4 in the Big 12 and No. 30 nationally in completions per game (20.1). He is No. 7 in the Big 12 in completion percentage, passing TDs (11), passing yards (1.429) and No. 10 in yards per attempt (6.44) and No. 11 in points responsible for per game (10.3)
  • Sam James leads WVU in receptions (41) and ranks No. 4 in the Big 12 and No. 29 nationally in receptions per game (5.9). James is No. 5 in kickoff return yards per game (18.2) in the league, No. 8 in all-purpose yards (97.14) and No. 14 in receiving yards (388)



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