K-State brought bricks to the annual rock fight in Morgantown and fell to the Mountaineers by a score of 66-57.
By now, the scoring drought refrain is more than familiar. We’re co-dependent besties, in fact. The Wildcats (9-12, 2-6 Big 12) held No. 11 West Virginia (17-4, 5-3) to 66 points on 42% shooting, but went through prolonged stretches in the offensive wasteland to let the game get away in the second half.
The Cats were competitive from the jump and led 16-15 after a Mike McGuirl jumper went down at the 10:10 mark of the first half.