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Mountaineers Storm Back in Second Half, Pick Up Massive Road Win over #12 Texas

AUSTIN TX.- Despite trailing by as many as nineteen in the second half, the Mountaineers stormed back to defeat the Texas Longhorns, 84-82 Saturday afternoon in Austin. Although it would come down to another last second shot by Texas, this time the ball went in the favor of the Mountaineers, who

Bob Huggins Named to Naismith Coach of the Year Watch List

MORGANTOWN W.Va- West Virginia Mountaineer head coach Bob Huggins has been named to the Werner Ladder Naismith Men’s Coach of the Year Watch List, according to the Atlanta Tipoff Club. The watch list includes fifteen coaches from across the country. Among the other Big 12 coaches represented are Baylor’s Scott Drew, Oklahoma’s

Chris Beard Embarrassed That Bob Huggins Is Not In Hall of Fame

Last week, Texas Tech men's basketball coach Chris Beard appeared on The DC Coaches Basketball Podcast, following the loss to West Virginia. The 2019 AP Coach of the Year had a lot of praise towards the WVU basketball program and coach Huggins. "It started five years ago when we (Beard and

West Virginia and Baylor Reschedule One of the Postponed Games

MORGANTOWN, W. Va. - (February 15, 2021) -- On Monday morning, the Big 12 conference announced that West Virginia and Baylor will play on Feb. 25 in Waco, Texas. The Mountaineers were supposed to play the Bears on Monday and Thursday night before Baylor went on a COVID pause. This game

The Hoops and Hurdles of Making Up Games During Conference Play

As the West Virginia men's basketball team rolls into this week, they're without a game until Saturday when the team travels to Austin, Texas, to take on the ranked Texas Longhorns. Originally, the Mountaineers (14-6, 7-4 Big 12) were supposed to play three games this week. The No. 2 Baylor

No. 12 Oklahoma Sneaks Past No. 14 West Virginia in Double OT

MORGANTOWN, W. Va. - (February 13, 2021) -- The highly anticipated top-15 matchup between No. 14 West Virginia and No. 12 Oklahoma lived up to the hype, needing double overtime. The Sooners snuck past WVU, 91-90. "I think it's a combination of not getting any sleep, which is hard to do

Bracketology Update Before WVU Faces Oklahoma

Well, Joe Lunardi was a man of his word. Earlier in the week, Lunardi tweeted out that the winner of West Virginia-Texas Tech would get pushed up to a 3-seed. Lunardi moved the Mountaineers up to a 3-seed in his latest Bracketology release on Friday. Region 3: Michigan / 16. Sam Houston

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