After taking a six-point lead into the half, West Virginia went ice cold in the second half, losing to No. 3 Kansas by a final score of 60 to 53.
During the first half WVU freshman, Oscar Tshiebwe was a man among boys. He had a double-double by halftime with 15 points and 10 rebounds. West Virginia led Kansas by a score of 30 to 24.
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The second half was a different story as the Mountaineers went ice cold from the field. Kansas was led by Udoka Azubuike with 17 points and Devon Dotson with 16 points.
West Virginia was led by a monster performance from Oscar Tshiebwe who finished with 17 points and 17 rebounds. Miles McBride was never able to get completely on track, but still was able to get 13 points off the bench.
A big part of the game was Derek Culver being held to just five points.
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Up next for WVU is a trip to Oklahoma State in just two days for Big Monday. The game will be on ESPN2.
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