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Mountaineers get second crack at struggling Jayhawks

MORGANTOWN W.Va- The Mountaineers (12-5) are preparing for their second shot at the Kansas Jayhawks (12-6) this Saturday in Morgantown.  Kansas comes in 3.5 games back of undefeated Baylor atop the Big 12, and are just 2-4 on the road this season. Despite beating the Mountaineers handedly in their first matchup in

Tshiebwe awarded third Big 12 Newcomer of the Week award

After a dominant performance against the #3 Kansas Jayhawks in Saturday afternoons loss, Oscar Tshiebwe was awarded the Big 12 Newcomer of the Week award, for the third time this season. Tshiebwe finished with 17 points, and 17 rebounds on the afternoon, including completing a double-double by halftime. Oscar was given high

WVU’s Ahmad got his groove back

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Basketball is a lengthy season and players go through slumps but for West Virginia University, the struggles of one student-athlete played a part in the team's funk. After being one of the Mountaineers' top scorers all season, Esa Ahmad found himself in a little downward spiral after WVU knocked off then-No.1 Baylor on

Ahmad lifts No. 18 WVU past No. 2 Kansas

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Sophomore Esa Ahmad broke out of his scoring slump and scored a career-high 27 points as No.18 West Virginia University defeated No.2 Kansas 85-69 on Tuesday night at the Coliseum in front of a raucous sellout crowd. "I think he rededicated himself to the game, really after the Kansas State

No.11 WVU making a name for itself on the national stage

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- Since joining the Big 12 in 2012, the West Virginia University basketball team has been on a mission to make an identity on the national stage. WVU is often overlooked among the teams like Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Michigan State. Both the national media outlets and basketball

No.11 WVU shocks No. 1 Kansas

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.-- The West Virginia Mountaineers had a statement to make to America on Tuesday night. And No.11 WVU did just that when it stunned No.1 Kansas 74-63 on a blustery winter night in Morgantown. “No matter how good or how bad we are playing, you never see anything about West Virginia,”

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