Texas dominates West Virginia with a 94-58 victory

West Virginia’s loss to Texas on Saturday was a tough one, but there were some impressive performances from both teams. Max Abmas, a graduate transfer who played four years at Oral Roberts, had a standout game for Texas. He scored 27 points and moved past Oscar Robertson on the all-time scoring list with his third 3-pointer of the game, putting him in 12th all-time in NCAA history with 2,987 career points. Abmas is only 13 points away from reaching the 3,000-point career mark, a feat accomplished by only 11 other players.

Abmas made 5 of 12 three-point attempts and dished out nine assists while grabbing six rebounds. He was not the only one who had a great game for Texas – Dylan Disu also had a standout performance, recording a career-high with seven 3-pointers and shooting 10 for 16 overall. Tyrese Hunter scored 19 points and Chendall Weaver added 13 while Dillion Mitchell contributed eight rebounds for Texas.

On the other hand, West Virginia’s Jesse Edwards scored 17 points and Noah Farrakhan had 11 while RaeQuan Battle scored ten for them. The Longhorns built a huge lead at halftime after scoring an impressive

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