West Virginia forward Jermaine Haley (10) finds little room to operate against the Kansas defense Photo Gallery II: West Virginia Mountaineers – Kansas Jayhawks
MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — More looks at West Virginia’s frustrating 58-49 loss to Kansas, The Mountaineers held an 11 rebound advantage and took 15 more shots than the Jayhawks, but 41 missed attempts and 19 turnovers sent them to their sixth defeat of the season.
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West Virginia students line up for entry to the WVU – Kansas basketball game
West Virginia Mountaineer Timmy Eads laughs as Ben Roethlisberger checks out his coonskin cap
West Virginia forward Oscar Tshiebwe (34) holds his ground against Kansas’ Udoka Azubuike
West Virginia forward Jermaine Haley (10) finds little room to operate against the Kansas defense
West Virginia guard Jordan McCabe (5) is held by Kansas’ Udoka Azubuike (35). No foul was called on the play.
All eyes are on a loose ball as West Virginia guard Deuce McBride wins the race for the prize
West Virginia Mountaineer Timmy Eads (left) watches as The Red Panda completes a catch
West Virginia guard Deuce McBride (4) hits a jumper over Kansas’ Marcus Garrett
West Virginia forward Derek Culver (#1) works in the post against Kansas’ Udoka Azubuike
West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins shouts instructions to his team
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