The 11th-ranked Iowa State Cyclones got destroyed, 102-77, as the West Virginia Mountaineers continue to rise in the Big 12.
Feb 8, 2014; Lawrence, KS, USA; West Virginia Mountaineers head coach Bob Huggins talks with guard Remi Dibo (0) in the second half against the Kansas Jayhawks at Allen Fieldhouse. Kansas won 83 – 69. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
West Virginia now sits at 7-5 in conference play, a half-game ahead of Iowa State’s 6-5 record. Even though the Mountaineers have just a 15-10 overall record, they can make a case for the NCAA tournament with a strong finish.
For the Cyclones, it’s a question of what exactly happened, and head coach Fred Hoiberg is still wondering.
Lead editor for Clones Confidential. After five years and even more times changing my major, I'm a graduate from Iowa State University. I've covered multiple local events, written for the Iowa State Daily, and contributed to Bleacher Report and various blogs. Outside of rooting for the Cyclones, I root for the 49ers, Lakers, SF Giants, and LA Kings. Lacrosse is my favorite niche sport, and I also like playing and writing about video games.