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Matthews propels Mountaineers to upset victory over Baylor

MORGANTOWN W.Va- The Mountaineers knocked off the fourth-ranked Baylor Bears Saturday afternoon by the score of 76-64. The Mountaineers, celebrating Senior night, gave Chase Harler, Logan Routt, and Jermaine Haley the starting nods, but quickly found themselves in an 8-0 hole early on. The Mountaineers responded to the scoring drought with

Sooners shoot the lights out, hand Mountaineers their third straight loss

MORGANTOWN W.Va- The Sooners survived a late charge by the Mountaineers Saturday afternoon, defeating West Virginia by a score of 73-62 and handing them their sixth loss in the past seven games. The Sooners were paced offensively by double-digit scoring games from Brady Manek, Jamal Bieniemy, Austin Reaves and Kristian Doolittle,

Mountaineers snap three-game skid, knock off streaky OSU Cowboys

MORGANTOWN W.Va- The Mountaineers defeated the Oklahoma State Cowboys Tuesday by the score of 65-47, snapping a three-game skid and adding much-needed momentum as the team moves towards the latter of the Big 12 schedule.  After days of speculation following the road loss to Baylor, Bob Huggins’s hint of a lineup

Players react to Huggins’ Milestone Win

MORGANTOWN W.Va- With Saturday’s victory over Kansas St, Mountaineer head coach Bob Huggins passed University of Kentucky great Adolph Rupp, who coached the UK Wildcats from 1930-1972.  Despite leading one of the youngest teams in the Big 12 and all of college basketball, Huggins has already made an impact on many

Mountaineers edge Wildcats behind Culver’s double-double

MORGANTOWN W.Va- The Mountaineers avenged their January loss to Kansas State Saturday afternoon, with a 66-57 victory against the Wildcats in Morgantown. Battling in a back and forth start to the game, the Mountaineers went on a 10-0 run midway through the first half, but the Wildcats quickly responded in the

Second-half resurgence powers Mountaineers to victory over Missouri

MORGANTOWN W.Va- Despite a quiet first-half offensively, the Mountaineers rallied at halftime to help down the Missouri Tigers 74-51 in Morgantown. The Tigers went on a dangerous 20-6 run late the first half caused by a flurry of missed shots and turnovers, which helped Missouri cut into West Virginia’s one-time large

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