Can WVU beat the Big 12′s best?

After West Virginia disposed of another Big 12 bottom-feeder, Bob Huggins planned to feed on brisket.

“We’re going to get us some barbecue, get on that plane and head back” to Morgantown, said a grinning and gratified Huggins after Saturday’s 63-50 win at TCU.

His placated tone portrayed a stark contrast to 17 days ago at the WVU Coliseum and the first time the Mountaineers defeated TCU. The season seemed a little more hopeless back then, and Huggins’ team far more unsettled, to a degree where the coach lamented after that win, “I’m not very happy.”

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Terry Henderson was so hot, even the shot he missed barely spun out.

Henderson scored 17 points off the bench, shooting 5-of-6 from the floor and 4-of-4 at the foul line, as West Virginia won its third straight game by dousing TCU 63-50.

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