West Virginia Football is sitting at 7-4 heading into the final regular season week. The success of the team in recent weeks has been fueled by quarterback Garrett Greene and running back Jahiem White.
Garrett Greene recorded a 91.3 grade from Pro Football Focus in the win over Cincinnati, which ranked fourth among Power Five quarterbacks this past week.
Greene had an 81.7 grade as a passer and an 88.2 grade as a runner, the latter of which ranked third among Power Five quarterbacks this past week. He also joined Pat White as the only players in program history to pass for 200 yards and rush for 150 yards in the same game.
Jahiem White graded out at 88.5 this past week, which ranked second in the Power Five among running backs behind only Texas Tech’s Tahj Brooks. His 87.8 rushing grade was also second in the Power Five to Tahj Brooks, and his 204 rushing yards were the most among Power Five running backs.
On the season, Garrett Greene has an overall grade of 89.0, which ranks 13th among qualifying Power Five quarterbacks. His overall grade ranks second on the West Virginia offense behind only Jahiem White.
PFF credits Greene with having 22 big time throws to eight turnover worthy plays in the passing game, along with an 80.8 grade in that facet of the game.
White has an overall grade of 91.5 on the season, which ranks second in the entire Power Five among qualifying running backs. His 93.7 rushing grade is also the highest among all Power Five running backs regardless of whether or not they qualify.
Since Week 7, Garrett Greene has an overall grade of a 90.6, which ranks third among Power Five quarterbacks.
West Virginia closes out the regular season with a road trip to Baylor. Baylor’s defense on the season has bottom 10 marks in the Power Five in both run defense and tackling, which gives the West Virginia offense a favorable matchup.