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WVU’s Rankings Quickly Rise After 4-2 Record in Last Six Games



Joe Toussaint celebrates during a huge win Feb. 4 over the Oklahoma Sooners. (WVSN photo/Kelsie LeRose)

West Virginia’s rankings have increased once again after going 4-2 in their last six games. WVU most recently defeated Oklahoma by 32 at home on Saturday.

The computers love West Virginia even more.

NET / 20

KenPom / 14

Bracketology / Last Four Byes

*as of Monday night (2/6)

West Virginia has five quad-1 wins: Auburn, TCU, Texas Tech, Florida and Pitt. The Mountaineers are one of the few teams in the country with that amount of quad-1 wins. WVU started out Big 12 play with a five-game losing streak but has picked it back up over the past few weeks.

WVU will host No. 11 Iowa State on Wednesday night in Morgantown. Mountaineers and Cyclones will tipoff at 7 p.m. on ESPN2.

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