Bob Huggins fell to his knees and clutched his chest during a scary moment just before halftime. West Virginia players picked up their coach, got him to the bench and made his job easier by maintaining a comfortable lead the rest of the way Monday night. Jevon Carter had 24 points and Lamont West had a career-high 23, helping the 12th-ranked Mountaineers roll to a 77-62 win over Texas following Huggins' frightening fall.
And with that, we can all go home now. After leading for well-more than the balance of the basketball game, Indiana drops their 5th straight game and 7th in their last 8. Per the KenPom numbers, it’s the worst loss for this team since the Nebraska calamity in mid-December. Peter Jok led all scorers with a massive 35-point outing. Robert Johnson paced Indiana with 19. The Hoosiers now sit ahead of exactly one team in the Big Ten standings — Rutgers. What’d we learn? Indiana shouldn’t be this bad, and it’s hard to conceive why they are. Indiana, without a lottery-level OG Anunoby, wasn’t going to be a great team this season. But they, still, should’ve been a good enough team with decent play from
Porter Moser’s Loyola-Chicago team plays its home finale Wednesday. (Getty) Loyola-Chicago’s final home game is Wednesday, and as the kids say, it’s going to be lit. Or, in this case, Jesu-LIT. That’s right: This is the Ramblers’ annual Jesuit Jam game