BGN Video: The Defense

West Virginia gave up more points than it has since at least World War II in the Mountaineers' 73-42 loss to Baylor.

But, after the game, the Mountaineer defense said that this was a Baylor offense that was clicking on all cylinders and were making plays on them - even though they came in with a good game plan.

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