A week off is enough time to heal right? For K-State's sake I hope so as West Virginia is a much improved from a year ago, and Kansas State needs Jake Waters to be as close to 100 percent as possible. As you'll see below neither team has huge injury concerns, but the biggest question mark injury wise for this game is Jake.
Jake Waters, QB
I'm listing Jake here because he is clearly not 100 percent. Just like Collin two years ago, Waters looked bothered by a nagging injury to his shoulder in the biggest game of the season. Hopefully the off week helped Jake heal, and he can continue to lead the offense towards a New Year's Day Bowl.
Kyle Klein, WR
The news here hasn't changed, Klein is sitting out this season with a medical red-shirt.
Charmeachealle Moore, LB
Out for the season and hoping for a hardship medical waiver.
Travis Green, S
Travis Green underwent a scope on his right knee according to a twitter post he made on October 9th and is out indefinitely.
Travis Bell, CB
Travis Bell left the Mountaineers after appearing in the first three games of the season, due to personal reasons. Bell was a fifth-year senior.
Jared Barber, LB
Barber tore his ACL during West Virginia's game against Texas a season ago, and has sat out this season with hopes of gaining a medical red-shirt.
William Crest, QB
Crest, Clint Trickett's backup, is out for the season after suffering a shoulder injury in practice sometime in October. West Virginia is hopeful that he will make a full recovery as he is the presumptive starter next season.
Jacky Marcellus, WR
Marcellus was expected to see action in the slot position this season, running jet sweeps, and quick screens in Dana Holgorsen's offense, but a knee injury during the pre-season left him sidelined until at least January.
Brandon Napoleon, CB
Brandon Napoleon is out for the season after undergoing knee surgery.