As big as the events from Saturday afternoon turned out to be for West Virginia, Eron Harris had bigger plans for the evening.
"I'm going to watch this game 50 times," the sophomore guard said. "I want to see exactly what we did. What we did here was what we're going to have to do to go far in the tournament."
The Mountaineers did things to No. 8 Kansas that no other team has done this season and would lead by as many as 25 points in the second half before a frantic rally got the Jayhawks alarmingly close in the final minutes.