WATCH: West Virginia Mountaineers – Kansas Jayhawks Highlights, Interviews
MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — Highlights and interviews from West Virginia’s 58-49 loss to Kansas. WVU again shot abysmally from the field, making just 31.7% of their tries, and gave Kansas 19 extra possessions via turnovers. WVU, despitt 15 offensive rebounds, managed to get just 29 shots away in the second half.
West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins admits he has no answers in the aftermath of the Kansas loss.
West Virginia guard Jordan McCabe took ownership of his turnovers as a contributing factor in the Kansas loss, and noted that the Mountaineers were sloppy with the ball down the stretch.
West Virginia forward Jermaine Haley discusses WVU’s ever-growing scoreless streaks.
West Virginia forward Oscar Tshiebwe admits his team knows when scoreless streaks are growing, and points to turnovers as one of the key factors in those droughts.