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Kansas Jayhawks at West Virginia Mountaineers: Game Predictions - Blue Wings Rising
There is a little big of cushion in the Big 12 race for the Jayhawks thanks to the big win for Texas Tech over Baylor in the middle of the week. But Kansas can't afford a hiccup against West Virginia in Morgantown. They haven't played well there in the past, but this isn't as formidable a Mountaineer team as we are used to seeing.

Kansas Jayhawks at West Virginia Mountaineers: Preview and Players to Watch - Blue Wings Rising
The first time Kansas faced West Virginia this year, it was the first glimpse of true domination we'd seen from the team in Big 12 play. The first half was up-and-down, with the Jayhawks leading by a single point going into halftime. In the second half, KU erupted, continuing an 18-2 run that actually began before the break, and outscoring the Mountaineers 52-28 in the final 20.

KU basketball at West Virginia: Preview and how to watch
When: Saturday at 7 p.m. CT

Where: WVU Coliseum (Morgantown, West Virginia)

TV: ESPN with Rich Hollenberg (play by play) and Chris Spatola (analyst)

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