WVU Sports with Tom Bragg

BOX SCORE: Oklahoma 69, No. 13 WVU 59

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Just across the Twitter timeline: West Virginia University has set a time and date for it’s annual Gold-Blue spring football game. Details in the tweet below.

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The West Virginia University men’s basketball team dropped one spot to No. 13 in this week’s AP Top 25 poll coming off a loss at Texas Tech and a win at home against Kansas State last week.

The Mountaineers (17-4, 5-3 Big 12) are currently No. 9 in the NCAA NET rankings and checked in at No. 11 in this week’s coaches poll.

My AP ballot for this week can be found here, and the full AP Top 25 is posted below. West Virginia appeared as high as No. 8 and as low as No. 20 on ballots submitted this week.

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press’ men’s college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Feb. 2, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last week’s ranking:

Record Pts Prv
1. Baylor (49) 19-1 1608 1
2. Gonzaga (15) 23-1 1567 2
3. Kansas (1) 18-3 1472 3
4. San Diego St. 23-0 1447 4
5. Louisville 19-3 1352 6
6. Dayton 20-2 1271 7
7. Duke 18-3 1242 9
8. Florida St. 18-3 1188 5
9. Maryland 17-4 999 15
10. Villanova 17-4 959 8
11. Auburn 19-2 926 17
12. Seton Hall 16-5 900 10
13. West Virginia 17-4 827 12
14. Oregon 18-5 758 11
15. Kentucky 16-5 660 13
16. Michigan St. 16-6 624 14
17. Iowa 16-6 604 18
18. LSU 17-4 572 22
19. Butler 17-5 437 16
20. Illinois 16-6 373 19
21. Creighton 17-5 372
22. Penn St. 16-5 356 24
23. Arizona 15-6 164
24. Colorado 17-5 134 20
25. Houston 17-5 85 21

Others receiving votes: Texas Tech 66, Marquette 31, Ohio St. 19, Tulsa 19, Rhode Island 18, N Iowa 17, Wichita St. 17, BYU 14, Rutgers 12, Stanford 7, Stephen F Austin 3, Yale 1, Winthrop 1, Michigan 1, Virginia 1, Bowling Green 1

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