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Big 12 2019-20 Season Preview: Texas Longhorns

Texas Longhorns 2018-19 Record: 21-16 (8-10) 2018-19 Big 12 Finish: 6th The Texas Longhorns finished last season strong with a 5-game winning streak. Although the Longhorns are losing star freshman Jaxson Hayes and senior leader Kerwin Roach, they’ll return a few players and they’re bringing in a lot of talent. They have the

Big 12 2019-20 Season Preview: Kansas State

Kansas State Wildcats Kansas State had a terrific 2018-19 season, but the 2019-20 season isn’t looking as bright for the Wildcats. Last year, Kansas St. shared the Big 12 regular season title with Texas Tech and earned a No. 4 seed in the big dance. As their upcoming season comes about,

WVU fills this year’s recruiting class with 6’7″ versatile forward, Jalen Bridges

Jalen Bridges announced on September 2, 2019 that he committed to West Virginia University’s basketball program. Bridges scheduled to take five official visits this upcoming month to Alabama, Xavier, Miami, and Indiana, but cut his recruitment process short after he visited WVU this past weekend.  Bridges played high school basketball at Fairmont

Big 12 2019-20 Season Preview: TCU

The TCU Horned Frogs 2018-19 Record: 23-14 (7-11) 2018-19 Big 12 Conference Finish: T-7 TCU had a rough 2018-19 regular season. Head Coach Jamie Dixon has a star guard in Desmond Bane and a red-shirt sophomore forward in Kevin Samuel, but, other than them, Dixon has a few spots to fill

Big 12 2019-20 season preview: WVU

The West Virginia Mountaineers 2018-19 Record: 15-21 (4-14) 2018-19 Big 12 Conference Finish: 10th The West Virginia Mountaineers ended the 2018-19 basketball season as one of college basketball's biggest disappointments. The Mountaineers ranked No. 13 in the nation at the beginning of the 2018-19 season. In addition to their high preseason

Don’t let Deuce get loose or this could happen

As the West Virginia Mountaineers pulled out three easy wins in Spain this past week, freshman guard Miles "Deuce" McBride was undoubtedly a player who stood out among the pack. At the end of the team's three-game stint, the freshman guard averaged 10.3-points, just under 5-rebounds, and 3.3-steals per game.

Emmitt Matthews is prepared for success this upcoming season

As West Virginia basketball head coach Bob Huggins met with the media last week, a tall and athletic Emmitt Matthews Jr. slid behind with a sense of swag and confidence that most failed to see last year. The sophomore forward is stronger, longer, and even taller than

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