West Virginia's Geno Smith is having the type of year other players dream about, and is now one the leading contenders for the Heisman Trophy. He's thrown 24 TDs and no interceptions so far this year and he's operating Dana Holgerson's offense with a Joey Chestnut at a hot dog eating contest like efficiency.
So how do you slow down Geno? It appears the only way to do so is to somehow get Syracuse back on the WVU schedule.
We say this based on the fact that one-third (5) of Smith's 15 career interceptions have come at the hands of the Orange. Coincidentally, Geno lost to SU in both of his career starts and since the Mountaineers are now in the Big 12 and not playing for the Schwartzwalder Tropy anymore, it's fair to assume he'll never throw another pick or lose another game in his college career.