West Virginia Mountaineers kicker Tyler Bitancurt is now the number two all-time scorer for WVU.
Bitancurt is a true senior from Springfield, VA and has started for the Mountaineers since his freshman year.
Bitancurt passed former kicker and WVU sports hall of fame member, Paul Woodside to become the number three all-time scorer against the Oklahoma State Cowboys with 326 points scored in his WVU career. Woodside had 323 points in his career at WVU.
Against the Oklahoma Sooners, Bitancurt passed former WVU running back, and former NFL player Steve Slaton to become the number two all-time scorer at WVU. Steve Slaton had 330 points at WVU.
Bitancurt hit a 19 yard field goal in the first quarter to bring the Mountaineers within seven of OU, giving him 331 points in his WVU career.
The only Mountaineer to score more career points for the school than Bitancurt is former kicker Pat McAfee, current NFL punter. McAfee has 384 career points and will most likely remain the number one all-time scorer after this season.
Bitancurt has made 46 field goals in his career at WVU out of 67 attempted. His longest kick came this season against the Texas Christian Horned Frogs, when he kicked a 52 yard field goal in the third quarter to put WVU on top 24-14.
Bitancurt has now passed some of the greatest names to ever play football at WVU and has been used as a place kicker, handled kickoff duties and has even punted for the Mountaineers during his time at the school.