In the Mountaineers' foray into the Big 12, Bailey sandwiched the top two single-game receiving performances in school history around four consecutive games of failing to reach 100 yards.
Bailey had 303 receiving yards against Baylor to set a school record, which was previously established by Chris Henry (209). Henry is now fourth on the list after Bailey's 303 yards against Baylor, 225 against Oklahoma State and Austin's 215 against Baylor.
Bailey also had a 205-yard performance against Oklahoma, giving this WVU receiving corps four of the top five single-game performances in school history ... and that's just since Big 12 play began.
Obviously, Holgorsen's reputation for his offensive acumen was known upon his hire, but how his players have rewritten the record books is staggering.
Consider this: Prior to this season, 18 times in school history had a player caught 10 or more passes in a single game.
It's happened 13 times this season, which includes the school's first-ever player with 13 receptions in a game. Actually, after never having a player with more than a dozen catches in a game, WVU has had seven such performances this season.
Seventeen of the program's 31 all-time double-digit reception performances have come in Holgorsen's two seasons at West Virginia.
Holgorsen's offenses have averaged 4,688 passing yards per season in his eight seasons as a coordinator and head coach at Texas Tech, Houston, Oklahoma State and West Virginia.
The record-breaking careers of Smith and Austin will be celebrated Saturday and the throwers and catchers will change next season.
But as long as Holgorsen is around, the record book will always need a little revising.