West Virginia shot the ball well from the floor and held its own against one of the nation’s better rebounding teams. In the end, the Mountaineers couldn’t get it done at the line.
West Virginia made just 12 of 22 free throws (55 percent), and it proved costly in a 65-64 loss to No. 18 Kansas State on Saturday.
“Every game is going to be close and you certainly cannot miss free throws,” said West Virginia coach Bob Huggins. “Then every call becomes a whole lot more important.”
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