The West Virginia Mountaineers are scheduled to take on the Kansas Jayhawks on Saturday, and it’s safe to say coach Dana Holgorsen isn’t too worried about his team’s Week 6 foe.

Though the Mountaineers won’t be overlooking anyone as they try to remain undefeated, a home game against one of the worst FBS squads should be manageable for the high-octane Mountaineers.

On Tuesday, Holgorsen was asked about playing a defense that has eight separate players with interceptions, and Holgorsen managed to burn both the Jayhawks and Rutgers with four simple words:

Indeed, the Jayhawks snagged three picks in their big win over the Scarlet Knights, winning that battle of struggling Power 5 programs by a lopsided score of 55-14.

Even though the Jayhawks are a bit better than they have been in years past, Holgorsen’s Mountaineers should still take care of business, perhaps by a similar score to Kansas’s victory over Rutgers.