5 Things: Selection Sunday Seeds And SnubsThe NCAA Tournament field is officially set, with a few notable at-large seeds and high-profile snubs. Get the breakdown on the bracket.
West Virginia Survives Young's 32 Points To Beat OklahomaLamont West scored 17 points, and No. 19 West Virginia survived a 32-point night from Oklahoma's Trae Young to escape with a 75-73 win over the 17th-ranked Sooners on Monday night.
No. 6 West Virginia Beats No. 7 Oklahoma 89-76No. 6 West Virginia beat No. 7 Oklahoma 89-76 on Saturday night.
Mayfield Leads No. 3 Oklahoma Past West Virginia, 59-31The third-ranked Sooners routed West Virginia 59-31 on Saturday to maintain their momentum heading into the Big 12 Championship game.
Bolden, Adrian Help No. 13 West Virginia Hold Off OklahomaFreshman guard James Bolden scored a career-high 17 points in 10 minutes and No. 13 West Virginia survived an off-shooting night to beat Oklahoma 61-50 on Wednesday.
Villanova Embarrasses Oklahoma, Advances To National Championship GameThe Wildcats could not miss as they ran away in their Final Four match-up with the Sooners.
Five Things: Syracuse Crashes Final FourThe Final Four in Houston is set and features three teams that spent time at No. 1 in the rankings this season and…Syracuse, a 10 seed that saved its best basketball for the Big Dance.
No. 9 Mountaineers Escape No. 6 Oklahoma, 69-67No. 9 West Virginia escaped with a 69-67 victory over sixth-ranked Oklahoma when Sooners star Buddy Hield's half-court shot that banked in was ruled a fraction of a second late in the Big 12 semifinals Friday night.
College Football Week 12 Can't Miss GamesTwo undefeated teams face stiff challenges as they attempt to stay unbeaten.
College Football Week 11 Can't Miss GamesThe Big 12 takes the spotlight as a battle of top 15 teams goes down in Waco.
This Week In College Football: Overreaction Week Is In Full SwingThe week after Week 1 of college football season is always the time for over the top reactions to the first games, this year is no exception.
Clay Leads No. 16 Oklahoma Past West Virginia, 16-7Brennan Clay helped Oklahoma overcome its spotty passing game. The senior running back had a career-high 170 yards rushing as Oklahoma switched quarterbacks in the second half and still beat West Virginia 16-7 on Saturday night.