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WVU Bracketology Update (1/19)

It's crazy to say this, but we are seven weeks away from Selection Sunday already. For the next seven weeks, BGS will evaluate ESPN's Joe Lunardi's brackets, called "Bracketology." For those that don't know who Joe Lunardi is, or what Bracketology is, here's a quick summary. The ESPN college basketball analyst will

On This Day in WVU History: Mountaineers Upset No. 7 Kansas

On this day in 2019, the West Virginia Mountaineers upset the No. 7-ranked Kansas Jayhawks inside the WVU Coliseum, 65-64. This was West Virginia's first Big 12 win of the season... it was their sixth Big 12 game of the year. The Mountaineers rolled into this game against KU, under .500,

Around the Big 12: Week of January 12th

Currently, the stakes in Big 12 could never be higher, especially with the number of games recently that have been played within the conference. The month of March is approaching fast and it seems like most of these Big 12 teams are ready for the call on Selection Sunday. Last week,

Breaking: Two Additional West Virginia Men’s Basketball Games Postponed

Irving, Texas - In accordance with Big 12 Conference men’s basketball interruption guidelines, West Virginia’s games against TCU (Jan. 16) and Oklahoma State (Jan. 19) have been postponed. It was announced earlier that WVU’s game at Baylor (Jan. 12) would be postponed. The Conference will work with the institutions to reschedule. Press

Mountaineers Look to Overcome Adversity After Wild Week, Preview of No. 2 Baylor

Who would've thought that all within a week that Oscar Tshiebwe would transfer to Kentucky, Mountaineers would comeback down 18 points with 11 minutes against Oklahoma State and then lose to No. 4 Texas on a game-winning three after leading most of the game? No one expect all of that. No. 13

No. 14 WVU drops heartbreaker to No. 4 Texas

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- Three years ago today, Andrew Jones found out he had cancer and embarked on the battle of his life, which he won. On the anniversary of that grim day, Jones hit a 3-pointer with the game on the line to lift No. 4 Texas past No. 14 WVU 72-70

No. 14 WVU Returns Home to Battle No. 4 Texas

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- The 14th-ranked Mountaineers are coming off a huge come-from-behind win against Oklahoma State earlier this week and now West Virginia returns home to take on No. 4 Texas. Deuce McBride (15.3 points) and Derek Culver (13.8 points and 10.3 rebounds) lead the way for the Mountaineers (9-3). Unfortunately, Bob

John R. Wooden Award Presented by Wendy’s Announces Midseason Top 25 Watch List

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (January 6, 2021) – The Los Angeles Athletic Club announced the John R. Wooden Award® presented by Wendy’s® Midseason Top 25 Watch List today on ESPNU. Chosen by a poll of national college basketball experts based on their performances during the 2020-21 season thus far, the list comprises

“Next Man Up” Has Never Been A More Important Phrase As Tshiebwe Transfers

These past few days have been a crazy period for the West Virginia Mountaineers, as they played Oklahoma and Oklahoma State on the road in a span of just over 48 hours, but they learned a lot about themselves. It all started with the departure of Oscar Tshiebwe on Friday morning,

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