West Virginia travels to Oklahoma State today for a Big 12 Conference matchup at Gallagher-Iba Arena.
The game is scheduled for 1 p.m. and will be televised on ESPN?U.
The Mountaineers (9-9, 2-3 Big 12) are coming off an 71-50 over TCU?last Wednesday.
Sophomore guard Juwan Staten (9.9), Sophomore guard Jabarie Hinds (8.1, Freshmen guard Eron Harris (7.2), sophomore forward Kevin Noreen (2.6) and senior forward Matt Humphrey (4.6) round out the projected starting lineup for Mountaineers.
Harris, who reached double-figures for his third straight game, had a season high 19 points in the win over TCU.
Junior center Aaric Murray (9.5), freshmen guard Terry Henderson (8.2), center Deniz Kilicli (7.2), sophomore guard Gary Browne (7.2), senior center Dominique Ruthledge (3.1) and sophomore forward Keaton Miles are the first ones off the bench for head coach Bob Huggins.
Murray leads the team in rebounding at 6.5, while Kevin Noreen (4.7) and Kilicli (4.4) follow in rebounding.
Oklahoma State (12-5, 10-2) is coming off a 64-54 loss to Baylor last Monday.
The Cowboys are led by junior guard Markel Brown who is averaging 14.4 points per game.
LeBryan Nash, at 13.9 ppg, freshmen center Marcus Smart at 13.2, freshmen guard Phil Forte, 10.8 and Jean-Paul Olukemi, 8.5, are the top scorers for Oklahoma State.
Senior forward Philip Jurick (3.8), sophomore forward Michael Cobbins (6.3) and freshmen forward Kamari Murphy (5.2) are the first few off the bench for Oklahoma State.
Jurick is the top rebounder for the Cowboys at (7.1) rebounds and Smart (5.7) are the top rebounders for the Cowboys.
West Virginia returns home on Monday at 9 p.m. as they host Kansas at 9 p.m. on ESPN.
The Mountaineers will travel to Texas Tech 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 2 .
and then return home on Feb. 4 hosting Texas.