No. 16 WVU amped for visit from No. 2 LSU



MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — The changing landscape of college football has so far left out West Virginia.

Ignored during recent expansion by the Atlantic Coast Conference that welcomed fellow-Big East schools Syracuse and Pittsburgh, the Mountaineers must be wondering what they can do to convince others they’re as attractive as bigger-market schools

Perhaps a statement game would help, and No 16 West Virginia (3-0) gets its chance Saturday night on national TV when it hosts No. 2 LSU (3-0) of the Southeastern Conference.