West Virginia vs. Kansas 2018 live stream

West Virginia vs. Kansas 2018 live stream

West Virginia vs. Kansas 2018 live stream

On Friday night, the Jayhawks struggled but survived against Kansas State in the semifinals thanks to the shooting of Big 12 Newcomer of the Year Malik Newman and the hustle of freshman Marcus Garrett.

You'd think that would be enough to make coach Bill Self happy. They're two experienced players with a lot of basketball under them.

"They caused us 22 turnovers", Drew said.

"If I sleep more than two hours tonight it will be more than I think I should after the way we played", Self said.

So much for feel-good feelings. "There are certain teams we match up better with, West Virginia is not one of them".

Before the Mountaineers worry about the NCAAs this year, they will focus first on the Big 12 championship and a KU squad that has been a thorn in their side for the past season and a half.

This will be WVU's third straight trip to the Big 12 semifinals. The Jayhawks embarrassed them in the last three meetings. As WVU coach Bob Huggins called time out, his counterpart, Chris Beard, pumped two fists into the air and brought Tech fans to a roar. "He had very little vision".

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During their last five games, the Jayhawks have scored an average of 76.6 points per game (4.9 below their season average) and allowed an average of 71.8 points per game (0.8 above their season average). "And when he gets hot, nobody's stopping him".

"We just tried to keep going and stay positive", said the Bears' Terry Maston. There was some bleeding in his eye and he spent the rest of the game holding an ice pack on it. The first number isn't unheard of when it comes to the Mountaineers and their physical defense, but it's hard to see a team with Jevon Carter on it only have a couple of attempts.

Mawien and the Wildcats made the Jayhawks work for it in the second half, though. As usual, that played to the advantage of the poised and veteran Mountaineers, who have earned a reputation for an uncanny ability to make the ugliest of games turn out the sweetest of ways.

It was Newman that restored order.

Keenan Evans took over at the end of the game, scoring nine of the final 13 Texas Tech points. The thrilling game was decided in the final minutes. "We have to win two more games to bring that championship trophy home". That's a big momentum-changer, and it was big for us going into halftime.

Ahmad threw down an and-one dunk over Lual-Acuil, Jr.to excite the crowd and Miles, Jr. knocked down his fourth three-pointer of the night to extend West Virginia's lead to 59-42 with 7:02 remaining in the game. They'll face No. 9 Kansas on Saturday night. It is fair to wonder if Evans pressed as a result of his free-throw frustrations and took a poor shot in an attempt to atone for his misses when Tech needed only two points to tie the game.

Jarrett Culver had 16 points for Texas Tech, which led 57-56 with 4 minutes to go but was unable to hang on. That is a worrisome trend for a team that figures to be involved in plenty of close games in the NCAA Tournament due to the team's defensive proclivity and deliberate style of play on the offensive end of the court.

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