MORGANTOWN, W.Va.— After defeating then-No.22 Texas Tech and Oklahoma State last week, West Virginia moved up five spots to No. 12 in this week’s AP Top 25 on Monday.
The Mountaineers moved up to No. 13 in the USA Today Coaches Poll.
Baylor jumped to No. 2 in the AP Poll after
Morgantown. W.VA - Hours before the Mountaineers take on their second Big 12 game of the 2019-2020 season, the weekly AP Top 25 Poll was released. Following the loss to Kansas in Lawrence this past Saturday, the Mountaineers dropped just one point from 16 to 17.
The Mountaineers join fellow
Sunday's win over the formerly number two team in the country, the Ohio State Buckeyes, may be the biggest win for West Virginia basketball in the past five years. The win proved to be extremely impressive to the Associated Press, as West Virginia took a big jump up
Morgantown, W.Va. - Monday afternoon another week's AP Top 25 Poll was released for men's basketball. For the second week in a row. the West Virginia' men's basketball team was ranked, climbing three spots from last week.
Going into Christmas, the Mountaineers are now ranked 22nd in the AP Poll.
Waco, TX. - The Thursday night Halloween massacre in Waco is now several days behind the Mountaineers, but for many the loss still stings. The Mountaineers lost to the undefeated Baylor Bears 17-14 and days later, one play still stings for many.
Probably for no one more than head coach
Waco, TX. - A Halloween night in Waco, Texas complete with spooky Halloween music and Mountaineer Pat McAfee calling the game was the recipe for some hocus pocus at McLane Stadium. The first half was full of the doldrums of too many punts, not much offensive spectacle and a tied
The Mountaineers travel to Waco well rested coming off of their bye week. Both teams were off last week and had very different outlooks through seven games. West Virginia is right where they were supposed to be, a quality 3-1 start followed by a brutal October schedule. West Virginia sits
2018-19 Record: 20-14 (10-8)
2018-19 Big 12 Finish: 4th
Players to Watch:
An injury limited Clark's action last season. In 14 games, he averaged 14.6 points and 6.3 rebounds per game. The 6-foot-10, 245-pound forward had 15 steals. During his freshman year, he led team with .608 field goal percentage, the
Oklahoma ran past the Mountaineers in Norman but what positives came from the game and what can we look forward to. Get a preview of what West Virginia's chances are against Baylor next week as the team travels to Waco.