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WVU Announces Four Home Games, Men’s Basketball Schedule Complete

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The 2020-21 West Virginia men’s basketball schedule is beginning to take shape as the University announced four home non-conference games Tuesday morning.

WVU announced home games against Youngstown State (Dec. 2), Robert Morris (Dec. 9), Richmond (Dec. 13) and Buffalo (Dec. 29).

In addition to an 18-game Big 12 conference schedule, WVU will be permitted to play up to nine non-conference games this season. The announcement of these four home games completes WVU’s non-conference schedule. With the Big 12 schedule being announced yesterday, the WVU men’s basketball schedule for this season is now complete.

The complete 2020-21 WVU men’s basketball schedule is:

  • Nov. 25 vs Texas A&M – Crossover Classic
  • Nov. 26 vs Ohio State or Memphis – Crossover Classic
  • Nov. 27 vs Creighton or Dayton or Utah or Wichita State – Crossover Classic
  • Dec, 2 vs Youngstown State
  • Dec. 5 at Georgetown – Big 12/Big East Battle*
  • Dec, 9 vs Robert Morris
  • Dec. 13 vs Richmond
  • Dec. 18 vs Iowa State
  • Dec. 22 at Kansas
  • Dec. 29 vs Buffalo
  • Jan. 2 at Oklahoma
  • Jan. 4 at Oklahoma State
  • Jan. 9 vs Texas
  • Jan. 12 at Baylor
  • Jan. 16 vs TCU
  • Jan. 19 vs Oklahoma State
  • Jan.23 at Kansas State
  • Jan. 25 vs Texas Tech
  • Jan. 30 vs Florida – Big 12/SEC Challenge
  • Feb. 2 at Iowa State
  • Feb. 6 vs Kansas
  • Feb. 9 at Texas Tech
  • Feb. 13 vs Oklahoma
  • Feb. 15 vs Baylor
  • Feb. 20 at Texas
  • Feb. 22 at TCU
  • Feb. 27 vs Kansas State

*WVU is confirmed to be playing in the Big 12/Big East Battle, but its opponent has not yet been officially announced. There is a report that the Mountaineers will play at Georgetown.

Games in bold are Big 12 conference games.

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Cody spent the last two years getting his master's degree in journalism from WVU. He graduated from Slippery Rock University in 2018 with a degree in digital media production. He was born and raised in Mercer, Pennsylvania.

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