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BGS Weekly Big 12 Hoops Report

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It was a perfect 15-0 week for the Big 12 – 10-0 at home, 5-0 on the road – as the conference continues to lead the nation in winning percentage (85.1 percent).   The closest a conference school came to losing was Kansas’ three-point win over Utah and West Virginia’s 69-66

Big 12 Weekly Hoops Report

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As the non-conference portion of Division 1 college basketball teams’ schedules are at or just beyond the halfway point it is interesting to see how the major conference are stacking up against each other so far.  To make that judgment we’ll use three different methods – of varying degrees of

Big 12 Can Only Blame Committee Once; But Now What?

As the realization sets in that both Baylor and TCU were shunned from the first college playoff, questions are now raised as to whether the Big 12 went the correct route in determining their conference champion. One thing is certain though, the Big 12 can only blame the playoff committee once. The most

Big 12 Weekly Hoops Report

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With Big 12 football's regular season drawing to a close the focus begins to shift to basketball. Accordingly, below is BlueGoldSports.com's first weekly installment of the "Big 12 Weekly Hoops Report". Each Wednesday BGS will provide a summary of the previous week's action on the Big 12 hardwoods (men's, that

Did Skyler Howard Earn Starting Spot?

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Skyler Howard ended the game 15/23, 189 yards, with 2 TD's in his most extensive playing time so far as a Mountaineer.  Down 20-3 in the third Howard provided a spark to a WVU offense that, to that point, had look stagnant. The Mountaineers ended up losing to Kansas St 26-20 but

College Playoff: Big 12 On Outside Looking In?

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This season the Big 12 Conference has gone to great lengths to promote "One True Champion". This motto is a result of the conference playing a round robin schedule in which each school plays every team in the conference. What this ultimately does is leaves no doubt who the conference

WVU Now Controls Its Own Destiny

With WVU beating Baylor this past weekend and Kansas State upsetting Oklahoma the Mountaineers now control their own destiny in the Big 12. This is something the Mountaineers have not had the luxury of since early in the 2012 season.  WVU is currently in a 3-way tie for second in

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