West Virginia's road struggles continued with a 81-65 loss to TCU, making them 0-10 in away games this season, dropping their overall record to 8-16 and 3-8 in the Big 12 Conference. The Mountaineers committed a season high of 19 turnovers in a sloppy effort, while TCU dominated in paint scoring with a 44-18 advantage. Guard RaeQuan Battle led West Virginia with 21 points, followed by forward Quinn Slazinski with 15 and guard Kerr Kriisa with 13.

By the Numbers
  • West Virginia's away record: 0-10
  • West Virginia's turnovers: 19
  • TCU's paint scoring advantage: 44-18
State of Play
  • West Virginia's record: 8-16 overall, 3-8 in the Big 12 Conference
  • Next game: West Virginia will host Baylor in a 6 p.m. tipoff on Saturday
Bottom Line

West Virginia's road struggles persist as they suffer a defeat against TCU, contributing to their winless away record this season.