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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Javan Felix
For a team still fighting to prove its NCAA tournament credentials, Baylor came agonizingly close to the kind of win that could prove very valuable.
Texas came home looking for a win and a boost to restore damaged confidence.
After nearly two hours of watching Texas score in just about every way possible from all over the court, West Virginia coach Bob Huggins slumped into his seat and put his hand on his chin.
West Virginia came to Texas on a roll, surging upward in the Big 12 as perhaps the most dangerous team to play over the second half of the conference season.
Back in Texas for the second time in four days, the Oklahoma State Cowboys had to leave star guard Marcus Smart back home under orders of the Big 12.
Oklahoma State came to Texas on a four-game losing streak made worse by the suspension of star guard Marcus Smart.
Texas sophomore guard Javan Felix will miss the 25th-ranked Longhorns' game at TCU on Tuesday night because of a concussion, the school announced Sunday night.
Week by week, win by win, Texas keeps gaining confidence.
After a 14-0 start, Iowa State was soaring.
"You've just got to go into it with a mindset of getting better every day. Build on the positive. And that's what we've been trying to do as a young group," Texas freshman guard Javan Felix said.
"We feel we're as good as anybody when we put our best on the floor," Felix said.