#1 single digits in the fourth. by jinshuiqian0713 13.11.2019 19:44

Morgantown, WV (SportsNetwork.com) - Clint Trickett threw two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter to lift West Virginia over No. 4 Baylor, 41-27, on Saturday. Trickett completed 23-of-35 passes for 322 yards, three touchdowns and an interception for the Mountaineers (5-2, 3-1 Big 12), who have won three in a row. The senior quarterback has passed for more than 300 yards in a school- record eight straight games. Kevin White caught eight passes for 132 yards and two touchdowns, including the go-ahead score with 11:36 to play. Mario Alford caught the other touchdown pass in the fourth quarter. Bryce Petty connected on 16-of-36 passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns for the Bears (6-1, 3-1), who entered the game ranked No. 1 in the country in both scoring (52.7 points) and total offense (622.5 yards) but managed just 318 yards of total offense on Saturday. Antwan Goodley hauled in nine passes for 132 yards and one touchdown for Baylor, which was penalized 18 times for a Big 12-record 215 yards. Corey Coleman caught five passes for 77 yards and a score. Whites 12-yard TD catch broke a 27-27 tie. Andrew Buies 42-yard catch-and- run set up Whites one-handed grab in the end zone. West Virginia tacked on an insurance touchdown after Baylor was forced to punt. This time around, Alford caught a 39-yard TD pass to make it 41-27 with 7:35 to go. After each team punted, Baylor took over at midfield with 4:24 remaining. The Bears moved the ball to the WVU 10-yard line before Petty was sacked. Pettys fourth down pass fell incomplete. The Mountaineers ran the final 2 1/2 minutes off the clock to pull off the upset. West Virginia turned the ball over on the games first possession. Trickett was sacked by Andrew Billings and lost the football at the WVU 7-yard line. The Bears capitalized with a Petty touchdown throw to Coleman. The Mountaineers responded with a touchdown of their own. Wendell Smallwood moved the chains with a 23-yard catch on 3rd-and-14. Following a pass interference call on Baylor, Trickett and White hooked up for a 36-yard score. Baylor kicker Chris Callahan made a pair of field goals around a Trickett interception. A pair of pass interference penalties on the Bears led to another West Virginia touchdown. Buies 1-yard TD run with 10:56 left in the first half made it 14-13 Mountaineers. Goodley responded with a 63-yard TD catch to put Baylor back in front. West Virginia, however, took a 24-20 lead into the half following Dreamius Smiths 9-yard touchdown run and Josh Lamberts 54-yard field goal. Lambert added a 24-yard field goal early in the third stanza. But Shock Linwood scored from one yard out later in the period to make it a 27-27 game. Game Notes West Virginia leads the all-time series by a 2-1 margin ... Linwood carried the ball 21 times for 69 yards ... 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Kevin Durant lost the ball to John Wall, and Wall then missed an open fast-break layup at the horn. It was Durants fourth turnover and Walls seventh miss in a row. At halftime, Wall changed his shoes. Maybe that was the difference. The newly minted first-time All-Star guard scored 15 of his 17 points in the second half, and the Washington Wizards took advantage of a rare off-night from Durant and snapped the Oklahoma Thunders 10-game winning streak Saturday with a 96-81 win. "I didnt like how I played on the road trip in my white shoes, so I tried the red ones," Wall said. "They didnt work in the first half, so I got rid of them and went back to my old white ones, and they kind of helped me out. Im kind of superstitious." Wall also had 15 assists and six steals and went 7 for 11 from the field after halftime, more than making up for the 0-for-7 first half. Marcin Gortat had 14 points and 14 rebounds, while Trevor Ariza added 18 points and did a solid job defending Durant, whose 26 points came on 8-for-21 shooting, including 0 for 6 from 3-point range, and enough calls to make him 10 for 10 from the free-throw line. He also committed five turnovers. "Just stay in his grille, man," Ariza said. "Just try to make him take tough shots. Try not to give him no easy, easy looks." Durant had a streak of 12 consecutive 30-point games end during a 25-point win over the Brooklyn Nets on Friday. Sitting at his locker before Saturdays game, his legs hooked up to compression tubes for a high-tech massage, he talked about the 100 or so tickets he had to secure for family and friends in D.C. Whether it was hometown jitters -- or fatigue from the night before -- or the unfamiliarity of the new balls with Adam Silvers signature on the first day of work for the new NBA commissioner -- or the solid defence of Ariza -- the citys native son had a rough night fighting the Wizards defence. "They made me see a crowd," Durant said. "There were a few shots that I should have it hit. I had some good looks, but they did a good job." The Thunders only lead was 2-0. They committed 10 of their 21 turnoovers in the first quarter.dddddddddddd "We were just a step slow in everything," Durant said. "We didnt start up with enough energy and intensity and that falls back on me as a leader." The victory moved the Wizards to .500 for the seventh time this season, which means they get yet another chance to overcome an obstacle that has flummoxed them in recent weeks. A win Monday against Portland would give Washington a winning record for the first time since October 2009. "Thats cool for yall. I dont know if its cool for us," said guard Garrett Temple, when the subject that has become increasingly taboo in the locker room was broached by reporters. "But weve got to not even worry about that. Weve got a tough team coming here on Monday night." The Thunder had averaged 110.2 points during the winning streak, but they matched their season-low in points in a game against the Wizards. They did have a chance to tie the score in the second half when Derek Fisher was fouled while making a 3-pointer, but he missed the free throw that would have evened the game at 58. From there, Wall and the Wizards pulled away. A Durant turnover became a Wall dunk. Walls floater gave Washington a 78-64 lead after three quarters. The Thunder didnt challenge the rest of the way, failing to get within single digits in the fourth. "Twenty-one turnovers, 10 in the first quarter. Thats basically six minutes of basketball, giving them the ball back without ever trying to score," Thunder coach Scott Brooks said. "It wasnt good enough -- bottom line." NOTES: Temple went 3 for 4 with the new balls. "My shot felt real good. Even with those now Adam Silver balls," he said. "It was slippery at first, but we got into a rhythm." ... The Thunder had won nine straight road games against Eastern Conference teams, while the Wizards had dropped five in a row at home vs. the West. ... Durants hefty ticket purchase gave him a convenient excuse to laugh off the notion that he would think about playing for the Wizards someday. "I spent a lot of money on tickets today -- imagine if I played here," Durant said. "I dont even want to think about that." ' ' '

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