1. The obvious is time of possession. Keeping Geno on the sideline waiting, and waiting, and waiting for his chance to go in I think could go a long way to mentally frustrating him ever before the first snap (should the 'Cats get the first possession), but not so fast my friends! Literally. As bad as WVU's defense is, it might actually be difficult to accomplish such a thing. Also combine what our return game can do from time to time, and this might actually be a super high scoring affair.
2. The pass rush. A lot of people are tempted to compare Geno to RG3. The problem with this short sided approach is that, there is really no dynamic running to Geno Smith. The guy has compiled 71 yards on the season on the ground, so get a good pass rush on the guy, and make sure he has to second guess himself with his rhythm and timing.
3. Clutch Klein: Some of Collin's biggest games come on the biggest stages against the biggest opponents. Does the trend continue here? B.J.'s Band of Brothers hopes to help the cause.
4. Done purging? After the uncharacteristic game on the road at Ames last week, have the 'Cats got all of that out of their system and able to go back to their old mistake free ways?