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By David Keene
Most Americans get their kicks from their own game
Topic - Mike Carey
With less than five minutes to go, Mike Carey had his West Virginia squad on the verge of the program's first second-round NCAA tournament victory in school history.
West Virginia's backcourt duo of Christal Caldwell and Bria Holmes left coach Mike Carey confident about the Mountaineers chances of making program history in the NCAA women's tournament.
For all West Virginia has accomplished this season, coach Mike Carey appears more concerned with what the Mountaineers have not done.
Everything seemed to be going West Virginia's way.
It took West Virginia two years to make a splash in the Big 12.
Kansas had the chance during a lackluster regular season to pull off upset wins over both of the Big 12 co-champions. In the end, turnovers cost the Jayhawks at No. 7 West Virginia.
It took 13 seasons for West Virginia coach Mike Carey to finally cradle a conference championship trophy.
Ever the self-proclaimed downer, West Virginia coach Mike Carey was quick to tell his No. 11 Mountaineers they still have one more game before being able to at least have a share of the Big 12 title.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia had yet to see a player like Baylor's Odyssey Sims this season.
West Virginia coach Mike Carey looked at the stat sheet and shook his head in disbelief. His Mountaineers had just scored a season-low 39 points and somehow were advancing to the Big East tournament semifinals.
West Virginia has what seems like an unusual plan to go against Baylor and 6-foot-8 Brittney Griner.
West Virginia coach Mike Carey might have to do some explaining to Big East Conference officials after yelling at a referee and criticizing her following a loss at Rutgers.
"We quit getting the ball inside," Carey said. "We won 30 basketball games this season but we felt like we gave one away here tonight. When we took the lead initially we were getting the ball inside. Then all of a sudden we turned the ball over some and took some bad perimeter shots. We also turned the ball over way too much and we just quit rebounding."
"We won 30 basketball games this season but we felt like we gave one away here tonight," said West Virginia coach Mike Carey said.