The 1994 season was a bit of a disappointment, especially coming off a 11-1 campaign the year before. But the Mountaineers didn't have Jake Kelchner or Darren Studstill at quarterback any longer and there were some growing pains with Chad Johnston.
But the West Virginia native had one of his best moments against the Mountaineers' biggest rival (Pitt).
This game included three blocked field goals (two returned for touchdowns), a blocked punt, an interception returned for a score and a fumble returned for a TD.
The Panthers actually ralled from a 31-6 deficit to take a 41-40 lead with less than 50 seconds to play. But Johnston connected with Zach Abraham on a 60-yard score to pull out a 47-41 win.
WVU went on to finish 7-6 after facing five ranked teams that fall, including wins over Boston College (21-20) and Syracuse (13-0).