It was only two weeks ago when West Virginia came into Manhattan and frustrated the Cats with their aggressive defense, sucking the possessions and life out of the home team. Now the Wildcats have the privilege of traveling to West Virginia to face the Mountaineers in their own pad. With a four game losing streak and without Marcus Foster, a road victory does not look like too great of a possibility. But there is always a glimmer of hope, as long as K-State can figure out how to deal with the Mountaineer's pressure, and if West Virginia continues their two game skid. Either way, one team is going to not be on a losing streak anymore, and I think that's something we can all get behind.