In the unforgiving grind of the Big 12 Conference schedule, every victory should be savored and every loss stings -- especially the ones where you seemed to have a strong grip on a positive outcome.
West Virginia had a chance to notch a momentum-building win in a top-15 matchup against Texas on Saturday. It was the appetizer before heading into another tough test against No. 2 Baylor in Waco, Texas, on Tuesday.
Instead, the fourth-ranked Longhorns stunned the No. 14 Mountaineers 72-70 on Andrew Jones' 3-pointer with 1.8 seconds to go. It was West Virginia's third league loss and second in eight days by four points or fewer.