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. 

Who made the biggest impact in WVU’s win over TCU on the gridiron Saturday?

Gold and Blue Nation will reveal the Elite Player of the Week, presented by Elite Roofing and Construction, later in the week.

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 was effective in the passing game and on the run in his first game back from an ankle injury he suffered against Pitt.

Greene completed 10-of-21 passes for 142 yards, and he ran the ball 12 times for 80 yards and two touchdowns.

LB Lee Kpogba

Kpogba led WVU in tackles for the second time this season with 11 total tackles Saturday night. He also recorded his first sack of the season and broke up one of TCU quarterback Chandler Morris’ throws.

DT Mike Lockhart

Lockhart added a half-sack of his own in addition to a solo tackle for loss. He finished the night with three total tackles, and he blocked one of two field goal attempts from TCU in the fourth quarter.

DE Sean Martin

Martin blocked the second TCU field goal in the fourth quarter with less than a minute remaining in the game to secure a 24-21 victory. He also had two tackles.