Wild finish in Waco: West Virginia ends its regular season with a W The Gold and Blue Nation Podcast

A tale of two halves if there ever was one, but West Virginia got it done. WVU (8-4) ends the regular season with a 34-31 win over Baylor, and is heading into the postseason with back-to-back wins under its belt. Ryan Decker and Kevin Redfern react to West Virginia's comeback road win that started with a dominant offensive showing. They also have post-game comments from head coach Neal Brown. 

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Who made the biggest impact in WVU’s game against Oklahoma State on the gridiron Saturday?

Gold and Blue Nation will reveal the Elite Player of the Week, presented by Elite Roofing and Construction, this Saturday on Mountaineer GameDay. which will be partly decided with the help of our viewers through a fan vote.

Cast your vote for your favorite player of the week in the embedded poll. Voting ends Thursday at 8 p.m. ET.

This week’s nominees are listed below:

QB Garrett Greene

Greene followed up his career-best performance at Houston with another solid showing against Oklahoma State. He accounted for 375 total yards and two touchdowns with one interception Saturday afternoon.

RB Justin Johnson Jr.

Johnson Jr. provided his best performance of the season with 77 rushing yards on 10 carries (5.1 yards per carry) and a touchdown.

S Anthony Wilson

Wilson tallied a team-high eight tackles Saturday afternoon, and he also provided WVU’s lone takeaway with an interception

WR EJ Horton

Horton appears to be fully recovered from his shoulder injury that plagued him earlier in the season, and he caught three passes for 79 yards and a touchdown against Oklahoma State.