West Virginia loses to No. 14 Oklahoma State 73-57
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- Another poor performance left West Virginia coach Bob Huggins shaking his head and having to answer questions about how to get a solid 40 minutes out of what has become a mediocre team.
West Virginia shot 30 percent from the field, never led in the second half and fell to No. 14 Oklahoma State 73-57 on Saturday.
The Mountaineers lost for the third time in four games. Without a strong finish to the season, West Virginia is in jeopardy of missing a postseason tournament ...
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