West Virginia isn't sure when Terry Henderson will be able to do what the sophomore guard was doing before missing four games with an illness, but the Mountaineers were sure glad to have him back in Saturday's win against Kansas.
Henderson scored four points and added two steals in 15 minutes, as WVU did what it had to do to come here in sixth place and earn a bye today for the opening round of the Big 12 Tournament.
"It felt great," point guard Juwan Staten said. "It just lifted our spirits a little bit. We'd been kind of down the last few games without Terry. Him being such a big part of our offense and such a big part of what we do, having him around a little bit, having him check into the game lifted our spirits and lifted the crowd's spirits, I think, and helped us play a little better than we could have played."