West Virginia receiver Jeremiah Aaron (4) makes his first career catch, but did not get the obvious targeting call that followed

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — It was a common theme in the days leading up to West Virginia’s home opener against Kansas — don’t take the Jayhawks lightly.

Don’t let them hang around. Don’t let them make it a game. Don’t, in the pop psychology take, let Pitt beat you twice.

West Virginia head coach Neal Brown offered no excuses for his team's putrid defensive showing against Kansas, which dropped the Mountaineers to 0-2 on the 2022 season.

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