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- 11/26W 78-66
- 11/27W 70-64
- 12/21L 87-82
- 12/6W 80-71
- 12/11W 62-50
- 12/1319W 87-71
- 12/18W 70-65
- 12/223L 79-65
- 12/29W 73-51
- 1/2L 75-71
- 1/4W 87-84
- 1/94L 72-70
- 1/23W 69-47
- 1/2510W 88-87
- 1/30L 85-80
- 2/2W 76-72
- 2/623W 91-79
- 2/97W 82-71
- 2/1312L 91-90
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- 2/23W 74-66
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— Taz Sherman scored 23 points, Derek Culver had 18 points and 14 rebounds, and No. 10 West Virginia continued its solid play on the road with a 74-66 victory over TCU on Tuesday night.
- Big 12 sets 12 pre-tournament makeup games
- No. 2 Baylor forced to postpone 3 more games
- Three West Virginia games postponed over virus
- Zags' Suggs, Cards' Jones join Wooden nominees
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— Sean McNeil and No. 13 West Virginia erased a 19-point deficit in the second half, then withstood a flurry of last-second misses to hold off No. 12 Texas 84-82 on Saturday.
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— Austin Reaves scored four of his 28 points in the final minute of the second overtime and No. 12 Oklahoma held off No. 14 West Virginia 91-90 on Saturday.
— Sean McNeil scored a career-high 26 points and No. 14 West Virginia finished a regular-season sweep of seventh-ranked Texas Tech with an 82-71 victory over the Red Raiders on Tuesday night.
The second-ranked Baylor Bears, who postponed two games last week, have now postponed their next three games due to ongoing COVID-19 issues within the program.
Ohio State and Illinois vault into the top five while carnage hits this week's Power Rankings.
— Miles McBride scored a career-high 29 points, Taz Sherman had a career-best 25 and No. 17 West Virginia beat No. 23 Kansas 91-79 on Saturday.
— Taz Sherman hit two free throws with 6.4 seconds remaining and finished with 18 points as No. 17 West Virginia held on to beat Iowa State 76-72 on Tuesday night.
Points Per Game77.665th
Rebounds Per Game38.953rd
Assists Per Game14.1128th