Hinds, Kilicli key for Mountaineers

It doesn’t take long to find a specific symmetry in West Virginia’s stat sheet.

This is a team that lacks a winning record and is losing more than it wins in conference play. It is a team without a player scoring in double figures, something none of the Big 12′s other nine teams can say.

Seven Mountaineers average between 7.1 and 9.7 points per game. Five of those seven have led the team in scoring at least once in nine conference games. If you want to isolate a reason why WVU is 11-11 overall and 4-5 in the Big 12 entering Saturday’s 4 p.m. men’s basketball game at suddenly spry TCU, why a team with talent can sometimes lack a direction, that’s a pretty good one.

Full Article at: Charleston Daily Mail

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