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Monday 1/20/2020Line$ LineOU LineScore




TEXAS (12 - 5) at W VIRGINIA (14 - 3)
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Monday, 1/20/2020 7:00 PM
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876W VIRGINIA-10-8.5
TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games12-5-0.76-117-1066.531.843.8%33.761.228.840.8%34.9
Road Games4-3+0.93-43-460.929.640.9%31.462.330.440.4%38.6
Last 5 Games2-3-12-31-460.629.841.7%33.862.229.640.8%38.2
Conference Games2-3-12-31-460.629.841.7%33.862.229.640.8%38.2
TEXAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)66.531.825-5743.8%9-2533.8%8-1263.9%34814186135
vs opponents surrendering66.831.824-5741.4%8-2332.6%12-1769.8%34812186143
Team Stats (Road Games)60.929.623-5640.9%8-2532.4%7-1165.8%31715184125
Stats Against (All Games)61.228.822-5540.8%5-1532.6%11-1864.2%3599146143
vs opponents averaging71.433.825-5843.7%7-2133.7%14-2070.5%37913177143
Stats Against (Road Games)62.330.423-5740.4%5-1436.4%11-1765.6%391111156133

W VIRGINIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games14-3+5.210-75-1271.834.743.5%41.160.729.836.3%33.1
Home Games8-0+45-33-579.039.747.3%41.460.428.136.2%29.4
Last 5 Games3-2-14-12-364.631.442.8%39.457.627.837.0%30.2
Conference Games3-2-14-12-364.631.442.8%39.457.627.837.0%30.2
W VIRGINIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)71.834.725-5843.5%5-1830.0%16-2464.4%411313198154
vs opponents surrendering64.930.423-5740.9%7-2131.5%12-1768.3%35812186153
Team Stats (Home Games)79.039.728-5947.3%5-1628.2%19-2770.2%411315168154
Stats Against (All Games)60.729.820-5636.3%5-2125.1%15-2169.4%33109228163
vs opponents averaging72.934.726-5943.8%7-2233.7%14-1970.4%371014177133
Stats Against (Home Games)60.428.121-5836.2%6-2327.1%12-1771.6%2999227162
Average power rating of opponents played: TEXAS 80,  W VIRGINIA 81.9
TEXAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/8/2019*TEXAS A&M60-50W-10.5L124.5U23-5541.8%241420-4247.6%3021
12/14/2019C MICHIGAN87-76W-14L146O27-5350.9%422227-5945.8%2619
12/21/2019@ PROVIDENCE48-70L1L134U19-6031.7%391326-6738.8%5211
12/30/2019HIGH POINT89-58W-25.5W126O36-6555.4%381117-5133.3%2916
1/4/2020@ BAYLOR44-59L8.5L129.5U18-5234.6%351120-6431.2%488
1/11/2020KANSAS ST64-50W-5W122.5U24-4949.0%322020-5437.0%3118
1/15/2020@ OKLAHOMA ST76-64W4W124O27-5648.2%361325-6240.3%3611
1/20/2020@ W VIRGINIA              
1/29/2020@ TCU              
2/1/2020IOWA ST              
2/3/2020@ KANSAS              
2/8/2020TEXAS TECH              

W VIRGINIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/1/2019RHODE ISLAND86-81W-11L141O29-6544.6%371332-6648.5%3113
12/7/2019@ ST JOHNS68-70L-4L151.5U27-6740.3%492223-7032.9%4714
12/12/2019AUSTIN PEAY84-53W-15W146U34-6750.7%501419-5534.5%2814
12/14/2019NICHOLLS ST83-57W-19.5W142.5U27-6144.3%441622-6136.1%2717
12/21/2019@ YOUNGSTOWN ST75-64W-12.5L141.5U30-6446.9%381220-5536.4%3916
12/29/2019*OHIO ST67-59W6W136U22-5440.7%341715-4831.2%4122
1/4/2020@ KANSAS53-60L10W141.5U19-5932.2%441619-4740.4%3014
1/6/2020@ OKLAHOMA ST55-41W0W137U19-4938.8%402014-4829.2%3619
1/11/2020TEXAS TECH66-54W-4.5W131U20-4841.7%462121-7428.4%3316
1/18/2020@ KANSAS ST68-84L-7L125O25-5644.6%291829-4959.2%2816
1/29/2020@ TEXAS TECH              
2/1/2020KANSAS ST              
2/5/2020IOWA ST              
2/8/2020@ OKLAHOMA              
No. 12 West Virginia looks to rebound at home vs. Texas

The travails and challenges of playing on the road in the Big 12 Conference caught up with No. 12 West Virginia on Saturday, and the Mountaineers will look to rebound when they host Texas on Monday in Morgantown, West Virginia.

Both teams head to Monday's game after losses - the Mountaineers were waylaid on the road by Kansas State 84-68 while Texas dropped a 66-57 decision at home to No. 6 Kansas.

The surprise of the two was West Virginia's defeat. The Mountaineers were plagued by turnovers, poor shooting and even worse defense and, according to coach Bob Huggins, were just not ready to play.

"We weren't ready Friday and we weren't ready Saturday," Huggins said on his postgame radio show. "It's so much a mental game. All the talk in the media around here was that Kansas State was desperate and 0-4 in the league. Our guys weren't desperate. They came in and just took it to us to start."

For West Virginia (14-3, 3-2 Big 12), it was without a doubt the worst performance of the season. The Mountaineers turned the ball over 18 times on Saturday and nine different West Virginia players had at least one, led by three each from starters Jordan McCabe, Jermaine Haley and Emmitt Matthews.

Chase Harler and Miles McBride each scored 11 to lead the Mountaineers while Gabe Osabuohien scored a season-high 10 points in the loss. West Virginia's highly touted front court was mostly held in check with forward Derek Culver finishing with 8 points and 3 rebounds, with freshman forward Oscar Tshiebwe scored 8 and grabbed 7 boards.

The Longhorns faltered in the end game and it cost them Saturday. Texas and Kansas were tied at 54 with 4:48 to play before the Jayhawks took over, scoring eight straight points.

"As a collective group we let go of the rope," Texas guard Courtney Ramey said. "We had a chance to win but they just made more plays than we did down the stretch. We got a little stagnant and took some tougher shots than we should have."

Jericho Sims scored a career-high 20 points for Texas (12-5, 2-3), with Matt Coleman III adding 10 points in the loss. The Longhorns had a two-game win streak snapped.

"Like all losses, there are things I could have done better to help us win," Sims said. "I've just been trying to grow and improve and my teammates have been helping me with that."

Texas carried a 31-26 lead to halftime thanks to a strong defensive effort that held the Jayhawks to just nine points over the final 12 minutes of the half.

"We had the advantage in aggressiveness in the first half and we built a lead, but we wanted to extend it even more," Texas coach Shaka Smart said. "The way we defended, we needed to have a bigger lead. We had the opportunities."

The Longhorns lead the all-time series with West Virginia 11-8 and won both of the games played between the two teams last season, including an impressive 75-53 victory in Morgantown.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 4/6/2020 1:33:10 PM EST

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