MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – They came armed with their "Horns Down" foam fingers, and as an added bonus, Virginia Virginia's student division developed even to clear their props in the dark.
But when Texas was linked to nine reports and on a series of layers, it was clear to see that the Longhorns were not down. West Virginia put a small fight on his hit 75-53, the fifth double loss in the last six finalists for the Mountaineers (10-14, 2-9).
"It was like domino effect," Guard West Virginia Chase Harler said. "Another one came with a bad one thing. That's when good teams are really safeguarded and we are still struggling to do that. We want to buy this around, we need to buy it in defense. When we get into a hole, we have to meet together and keep a competition. "
BOXSCORE: Texas 75, West Virginia 53
As the West Virginia players dealt with the pain and frustration of the other case of the second half, fans did not choose without. Imagine a reported crowd of 12,815 towards midway through the second half. At one point, Cole Swindell's folk music scoreboard cameras set out at court side. He stood up and raised his army to try to close the crowd in the home, but when it was 6:59 left, there was a little fired fire. Minutes later, Swindell, too, took place.
The remaining part was still that another group of players in West Virginia were making silly mistakes, such as losing the indoor collapses or passing through without anyone. The Mountaineers looked definitely like the last last team Big 12.
"I should not say this, but the reality is that they are more able than we do, and so we have to do things right," said committee Bob Huggins, West Virginia. "We were not doing things right. When you are not as talented with others and you do not do things right, it's not a good result for you."
Texas left eight dunks that resulted in a 53 percent shoot in the second half. The Longhorns started WVU 41-25.
Courtney Ramey, a modern guard, who came in an average of 6.6 points, hired his high-career with 19 points. Kerwin Roach joined the 14th, his 10th score in a row in double figures. Immed both players well before the game was over.
"I really want to really understand why we won," said Texas coach Shaka Smart. "It's the hardest thing to put in a bottle and bring it back when the next game comes. But, we need to keep getting better. I want to feel good about winning. likely to lose. "
The Mountains know that this season is also feeling good.
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Despite being unsuccessful over the first four minutes of the game, the Mountaineers did not find themselves out of the game soon, as the team stood innocent. In the first half, a 9th day of 28 shooting in West Virginia finished – the same goal as he had had the entire game in Texas Tech's Loss – but the Longhorns (14-10, 6-5) away.
Texas was held 12-32 from the first half, but its 34-28 half-time lead was shot 6 out of 12 from a 3 point range.
Hopefully, the second run was running fast with the Texas 10-1 run to start the second half with the score of Kerwin Roach III and Jaxon Hayes on the dunks and Courtney Ramey scored 3 points open wide for 44-29 lead. By the time of Jase Febres with the eighth three of the Longhorns game with 13:47 left, Texas had 51-35 lead, which allowed the youngsters to spend time.
As far as West Virginia was wrong, well, it's a story written several times this year.
NOT NOTE: President of people blowout
To accompany a lack of protection, the Treasurers were struggling effectively. They managed 18 days of 51 floor shooting (35.3 percent) and 3-of-16 from a 3 point range. Texas made 40 points in the paint and 42 -34 consecutive advantages, including a 16-11 edge in offensive rebounds.
There were 14 points and six replacing Ahmad under the direction of the Rapporteurs. He shot 6-a-15 from the floor, but scored only six points in the second half. Derek Culver scored seven points and added 11 rebounds.