NEW YORK – Geno Smith
takes a walk on the Yankee Stadium turf Friday afternoon before Saturday’s Pinstripe Bowl game against Syracuse.
Tomorrow’s game will be Smith’s last as a Mountaineer. The Miami resident has compiled a 26-12 record as West Virginia’s starting quarterback, including an Orange Bowl victory over Clemson last year.
Smith owns nearly every major passing record in WVU history, including career attempts (1,437), completions (969), passing yards (11,461) and touchdown passes (96).
A total of 20 West Virginia seniors will be taking part in tomorrow’s game.
Kickoff is set for 3:15 p.m. and the game will be televised nationally by ESPN. A crowd of more than 40,000 is expected for the contest.Note:
Be sure to check out the Pinstripe Bowl Report, presented by United Bank, later this evening and don't forget to catch the Mountaineer Game Day 2012 Pinstripe Bowl Special airing tomorrow at noon on Root Sports.