Daxter Miles Jr. made a free throw with 4.8 seconds left and No. 12 West Virginia pulled out a 61-60 win at TCU on Saturday to stay in second place in the Big 12
2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/11W 87-59
- 11/14W 107-66
- 11/20W 100-41
- 11/24W 89-57
- 11/25L 81-77
- 11/28W 108-61
- 12/36W 66-57
- 12/7W 90-37
- 12/10W 90-55
- 12/17W 112-67
- 12/20W 84-57
- 12/23W 92-61
- 12/30W 92-75
- 1/3L 77-76
- 1/7W 82-70
- 1/101W 89-68
- 1/14W 74-72
- 1/18L 89-87
- 1/21L 79-75
- 1/242W 85-69
- 1/28W 81-77
- 1/31W 85-72
- 2/4L 82-75
- 2/8W 61-50
- 2/11W 85-66
- 2/133L 84-80
- 2/18W 83-74
- 2/20W 77-62
- 2/25W 61-60
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Watch: Will WVU keep streak intact?
The Mountaineers and Frogs both joined the Big 12 in 2012-13, and West Virginia has won all 10 meetings since. TCU, seeking its first NCAA bid since 1998, is currently Joe Lunardi's last team in the field. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN
BPI: Loaded slates Saturday, Monday
ESPN's BPI gives the two highest quality matchup ratings of the week to the two biggest games Monday night: West Virginia-Baylor and UNC-UVA. Saturday's slate isn't too shabby, either.
The Bilastator won't use the common refrain. He sees the truth: The at-large pool is weak. Only a handful of teams can sustain the excellence to win it all. Who are they? You're welcome.
Dynamic duo powers West Virginia to win
Lamont West (career-high 23 points) and Jevon Carter (24 points, 10 rebounds) led West Virginia to a season-series sweep vs. Texas with a 77-62 win on Monday.
ESPN Stats and Information
Jevon Carter (24 points) and Lamont West (23) each had at least 20 points for West Virginia. It's the 1st time this season the Mountaineers have had multiple players with at least 20 points in the same game.
After West Virginia coach Bob Huggins dropped to his knees and clutched his chest in a scary moment before halftime, Jevon Carter finished with 24 points to lead No. 12 WVU to a win over Texas.
Bob Huggins says his "defibrillator went off," and that led to him falling to his knees on the court during West Virginia's home game against Texas.
Purdue climbs one notch following its 17-point win over Michigan State on Saturday and joins Butler, UCLA and West Virginia.
The Mountaineers blew a late 14-point lead at Kansas but avoided further disaster with a double-overtime win against Texas Tech in Morgantown.
Gonzaga, Villanova and Kansas are the top three teams in the Associated Press men's college basketball poll for the third straight week.
Jevon Carter scored a season-high 24 points to lead No. 9 West Virginia to an 83-74 victory in double-overtime over Texas Tech on Saturday.
Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer
What should you do with West Virginia in your bracket? Nobody knows.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
West Virginia last made a field goal with 5:42 remaining in the second half. Somehow made it to a second overtime despite not making a shot in the first one.
Carter puts slick move on defender
Jevon Carter shakes free of a Texas Tech defender with an impressive fake, then hits the jumper to extend No. 9 West Virginia's slim second-half lead. (Live on ESPN2)
Eamonn Brennan ESPN Staff Writer
If all you saw of Texas Tech-West Virginia was the last three Tech possessions you would assume the Red Raiders hadn't crossed half court all afternoon. WVU really ramping up the press on made basket inbounds; Tech just chucking hopeless passes to bad spots.
Watch: What can Tech do for encore?
Texas Tech surprised Baylor last Monday. The Red Raiders will face another stiff challenge at Morgantown on Saturday. West Virginia comes off a heartbreaking loss at Kansas last Monday. (2 p.m. ET, ESPN2/WatchESPN)
Matt Schick interviews Oklahoma commit Trae Young. Plus, Paul Biancardi on how coaching changes impact basketball recruiting & a discussion on Jim Harbaugh's contentious hire.
Some teams are harder to prepare for in March. A panel of 50 coaches weighed in on which team they'd least want to see in the postseason, and the leading vote-getter might surprise you.
Baylor and Kansas are still No. 1 seeds, but West Virginia, Iowa State and Kansas State all drop. TCU and Texas Tech remain on the bubble.
Just as teams that are vulnerable to NCAA tournament upsets share certain characteristics, sturdy favorites -- such as North Carolina -- share statistical similarities.