MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — 11:57 a.m.: For the first time this season, the WVU football team will play in another stadium, taking on No. 15 Oklahoma State on the road at 3:30 p.m. Saturday on ABC.
OSU quarterback Spencer Sanders is questionable heading in and is a game time decision.
3:06 p.m.: While I’m not in Stillwater, sounds like it’ll be quarterback by committee for the Cowboys. True freshman Shane Illingworth expected to get the start.
3:45 p.m.: WVU forced to punt on its first drive. Oklahoma State out for its first drive.
3:52 p.m.: A lot of side-to-side for Illingworth to start, trying to get him comfortable. OSU punts and WVU will take over deep in its own territory.
4:16 p.m.: Each team stalling once they get around midfield on respective drives. At the end of the first quarter, the game is still tied 0-0.
4:24 p.m.: Not Chuba Hubbard, but LD Brown torched the Mountaineers defense for a 66-yard touchdown run for the first score of the game. Cowboys lead 7-0.
4:36 p.m.: Scoop ‘n score at the ESPN graphic shows for Oklahoma State. WVU absolutely killing itself with penalties and mistakes early.
4:52 p.m.: Graeson Malashevich mishandles the snap as WVU looks for points, and another golden opportunity is missed for the Mountaineers.
4:59 p.m.: Oklahoma State knocks in a 40-yard field goal to make it a three-possession game at 17-0.
5:03 p.m.: As ABC breaks for President Donald Trump selected a new Supreme Court Justice, the Mountaineers score their first touchdown on a long pass to Winston Wright from Jarret Doege.
5:22 p.m.: Weird that WVU is down 20-7 but also dominated the game. That is exactly what that half was.
6:18 p.m.: Mountaineers get a huge interception from Tony Fields II, a play they absolutely needed.
6:24 p.m.: Interesting play calls inside the 10 don’t net a touchdown, but WVU gets three with an Evan Staley field goal.
6:45 p.m.: Evan Staley’s field goal makes it a one-possession game at 20-13. Still nine minutes to go.
7:16 p.m.: Not a lot to talk about at the end. Oklahoma State wins 27-13.