West Virginia hopes to solves offensive red zone woes

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia’s first offensive drive took 13 plays for 71 yards in 5:59, topped off with a Kennedy McKoy touchdown Saturday at Kansas. It looked like the Mountaineers picked up right where they left off after dropping 44 points in N.C. State the week prior.

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