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Latest Jonathan Holmes Items
"Itsy Bitsy Spider" never sounded so sultry as when Emily Guill sings it.
There was no way to plan for the two errant shots that doomed Arizona State, and that made the loss even more difficult for the Sun Devils.
The shot was long, and it smacked hard off the glass in the final seconds. That's when big Cameron Ridley, standing every bit of 6-foot-9 and 285 pounds, reached down, picked up the ball and put it in as time expired.
Jonathan Holmes, Javan Felix and the rest of the guys from Texas saw how well West Virginia played in a high-scoring upset of No. 10 Kansas to finish off the regular season.
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.
Nothing went right for Texas from the start Saturday night.
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.