Despite WVU’s offensive struggles, Quarterback Jarret Doege has been solid statistically.
Going into week five, Doege is in the middle of the pack in terms of Big 12 signal-callers. According to the Big 12’s official site, Doege ranks fourth in the conference in passing yards per game with 241.3. He is also fourth in passing touchdowns with five.
Passing efficiency is not his strongest point at the moment. Doege currently ranks seventh with a 136.8 rating – ahead of Charlie Brewer of Baylor, Brock Purdy of Iowa State, and Jalon Daniels of Kansas.
Finally, Doege is fifth in total offense for the conference. His negative-fifty rushing yards hurts his average, but he is currently putting up 224.7 total yards per game.
In my opinion, these stats are nothing to complain about. The Mountaineers have faced two of the toughest defenses in the conference, and have their best football ahead of them. Jarret Doege will be fine.