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2017 Schedule
15-2, 3rd in Big 12
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Capital One Cup Impact Performance Winner (0:22)
Chris Morris

Tar Heels rise to Joe's No. 2 line

North Carolina climbs from the 3 line following its victory over Florida State. Joe Lunardi keeps West Virginia, Baylor and Gonzaga at that level in his weekly assessment. Bracketology

Brendan Maloney-USA TODAY Sports

Mountaineers climb in power rankings

West Virginia escaped a Big 12 upset with a 74-72 win at Texas on Saturday. The Mountaineers will host Oklahoma on Wednesday. Power Rankings

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West Virginia fights off Texas 74-72 (0:39)
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Breaking down West Virginia's 74-72 win over Texas (1:17)

Eamonn Brennan ESPN Staff Writer 

It's been easy to focus on how insane West Virginia's press and turnover-creation have been this year, and rightfully so, but a less-sung reason the Mountaineers have looked so scary is that they've eliminated the turnovers they committed so frequently themselves a season ago. An energetic and improved-looking Texas got Bob Huggins' team to cough it up 15 times in the first 26 minutes Saturday -- before the Mountaineers cleaned it up, went the final 14 minutes without a TO, and got out of Austin with a hard-earned win.

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West Virginia, FSU rising to 2 seed

West Virginia is coming off a blowout win over Baylor, while Florida State cruised by Duke. All three join Gonzaga on the two line in Joe Lunardi's latest Bracketology. Bracketology

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Bilas Index: WVU one spot ahead of Baylor

After West Virginia's rout of Baylor on Tuesday night, both teams are in Jay Bilas' top 10. Baylor is still in position to earn a No. 1 seed, notes Bilas. Top 68 (Insider)

ESPN Stats & Info

Baylor fell hardest in debut as No. 1

West Virginia's 89-68 win over Baylor on Tuesday is the worst loss by a school making its debut as the AP No. 1 team.

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Catch up on a crazy college basketball season (1:15)
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Press Virginia ends Baylor's No. 1 party early

Tenth-ranked West Virginia and its turnover-centric Press Virginia defense knocked off top-ranked Baylor just one day into the Bears' stay at No. 1.

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Why West Virginia is a matchup nightmare (0:47)
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West Virginia takes down No. 1 Baylor (0:54)
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West Virginia fans storm the court following win over Baylor (0:34)
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Nathan Adrian describes what it took to get the win over Baylor (2:01)
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Bob Huggins on his team's victory over Baylor and the performance of Nathan Adrian (2:10)

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Baylor's 21-point loss to West Virginia was the worst by a team making its debut as AP No. 1 ranked team.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

No. 10 West Virginia routs newly crowned No. 1 Baylor 89-68. The ViewFromVegas is we don't consider it an upset here in the sports books as the Mountaineers were 5.5-point home favorites.

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Is now a bad time to mention Baylor rallied from down 22 against Louisville? Yeah, not happening tonight. Bears seemed out of if from the start. It's impossible to casually give the ball away as much as Baylor has and beat West Virginia

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Daxter Miles Jr. slams a putback dunk for WVU in win over No. 1 Baylor (1:06)

Team Stats

Points Per Game89.15th
Rebounds Per Game37.6124th
Assists Per Game18.26th
Points Allowed62.4Tied-17th

Tournament History

Final Fours2
Tournament Record27-27
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances27