Texas comes live in the second half, walking in West Virginia

Freshman Courtney Ramey joined his 19-point career to suddenly hear Texas's hit 75-53 withdrawal over West Virginia's Saturday radio in the wholesale game of Congress 12 in Morgantown, West Virginia.

February 9, 2019; Morgantown, WV, United States of America; West Virginia Mountaineers forwarded Ahmad (23), dribbles between Texas Longhorns defenders in the first half by WVU Coliseum. Compulsory Credit: Ben Queen-USA TODAY Sports

The Longhorns refused their way through a half-dirty half and it was a leading point, but they ran from West Virginia with a 12-3 run over the first 3:12 of the second half.

Texas kept the heat and the offense, and hit 70-41 on Jericho Sims dunk with 5:13 remaining and then going to the win.

The second win was just for the Longhorns (14-10, 6-5 Big 12) and a third of them in their previous four games. He gave two-game flow of the Sprinklers to Texas in the regular season for the first time from 2015-16.

West Virginia (10-14, 2-9) lost the second straight, the two blowout breaks, and lost five of his six games since he had succeeded. 7 Kansas on January 19. All of the last three losses have at least 22 points.

Kerwin Roach II provided 14 points for the Longhorns. Texas starts off the Mountaineers 45.3 percent to 35.3 percent and eight of them were in the second half as it attacked West Virginia's wilting defense.

10 rebounds to the Longhorns were guided by Dylan Osetkowski.

Esa Ahmad had 14 points, and none of his team took more than seven points. Derek Culver caught 11 high-rise rebounds.

Texas 27-18 led 3 points to Ramey with 5:04 to play in the first half before a 34-28 advantage was settled at the same time.

There were 11 points in Ramey for half to guide the Longhorns, including 3 out of 4 from the outside of the arcade as the Texas 6 station of all the 12-point-long attempts.

Ahmad took nine points on the Mountains over the first 20 minutes West West Virginia remained despite they were only 32 percent per day.

Texas goes back home to play Kansas State out of the League on Tuesday. Seven miles from the mountains have traveled to travel to Kansas on February 16.

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