WACO, Texas (AP) Daxter Miles Jr. stepped up with a kind of play West Virginia coach Bob Huggins has become accustomed to seeing, and it was needed after the No. 21 Mountaineers saw their 28-point get trimmed to 12.
Miles made a 3-pointer while being fouled with just under 7 minutes left, then added the free throw. That started a quick 9-1 spurt to regain the momentum, and they went on to a 71-60 win Tuesday night to end Baylor's five-game winning streak that had been the longest in the Big 12 Conference.
"I'm glad it calmed (our players). It didn't do much for me. He's made big plays," Huggins said. "He's a four-year starter. He's made big plays from the day he walked on campus. We expect it from him."