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West Virginia's Devin Williams had his best performance of the year in the 92-86 win over Kansas, and he credits more study and preparation for his 22-point, 13-rebound day.

Devin Williams has been slowly putting the pieces together as he works to develop his offensive game, and while it's still a work in progress, his play against Kansas was a major reason for the Mountaineer win. Providing an inside presence that WVU has lacked, he scored in the post and on a series of mid-range jumpers to complement the bombs of Eron Harris and the acrobatics of Juwan Staten.

During the postgame, Williams repeated one word as the key to his growth.

Kevin Noreen rarely fills up the stat sheet, but he was again vital in filling minutes inside. He grabbed three rebounds, dealt an assist and had a steal in 12 minutes, and also bloodied two jerseys after being run over on an offensive charging foul.

The Minnesota native said that the win was the best moment he's enjoyed in the Coliseum during his career, and thinks that it proves something to a Mountaineer team that has had trouble getting over the top against some league foes.

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