The Washington Times - January 22, 2009, 09:10PM

Said at halftime Georgetown would eventually start hitting 3-pointers.

It didn’t.

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Meanwhile, West Virginia kept scoring in an assortment of ways, and didn’t even get a ton of scoring from guard Alex Ruoff.

That’s probably the most impressive part of the Mountaineers’ effort tonight – Ruoff wasn’t much of a factor in terms of shooting and West Virginia still rolled.

The Mountaineers have two road victories that are going to hold up in the long term – Ohio State (by 28 points) and Georgetown (by 17). Maybe margin isn’t supposed to matter, but West Virginia sure can look like a top-10 team if the night is right.

Postgame interviews coming up. Definitely curious to hear from West Virginia after this one.

– Patrick Stevens