This is about the only thing that didn't go well for West Virginia's offense in a 70-63 win over Baylor on Saturday.

You've heard the expression "like a hot knife through butter" in numerous football games.  West Virginia's offense was like a hot knife through water against Baylor's defense on Saturday.  The Mountaineers racked up 807 yards in total offense against Baylor.

It's not like West Virginia's defense rivaled the '85 Chicago Bears either though.  West Virginia surrendered 700 yards in total offense against the Baylor Bears.  Yeesh.  Where's the D?  I tweeted on our 104.5 The Team twitter page, "West Virginia 70, Baylor 63 -- Holy cow! If you bet the under, DON'T BET ANYMORE THIS WEEKEND! Lol. -Noe"

West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin is seen in this video getting knocked over by his teammate Ivan McCartney after catching a touchdown pass.  It was one of the only things that went halfway wrong on the offensive end for West Virginia.  Quarterback Geno Smith completed 45-of-51 passes for 656 yards and 8 touchdowns.  Yes, 8 touchdowns!  Smith has 20 touchdown passes and 0 interceptions so far this season.

West Virginia wide receiver Stedman Bailey put up some ridiculous numbers on Saturday also.  Bailey had 13 receptions for 303 yards and 5 touchdowns.  Holy cow!  5 touchdowns in one game.  That's a decent season for some players.  Gotta love college football.  Every now and then, offenses put up Tecmo-Bowl-like numbers.

Brian Noe is the Brand Manager at 104.5 The Team, ESPN Radio in Albany, NY.  Brian also hosts “The Noe Show” weekdays from 1-3 pm ET on WTMM.