Leading by only three at the half, West Virginia was in need of a spark if it wanted to find a way to win against Virginia Tech by a big margin like it had hoped.
And the Mountaineers turned to their duo of senior guards, Juwan Staten and Gary Browne, to be the difference makers and it paid off big time.
Staten and Browne combined to score 17 points - only four points less than the Hokies' second-half total of 21 - in the final 20 minutes as West Virginia ran away with a 82-51 victory.
After the game, they talked about the victory and how the Mountaineers feel after finishing their non-conference schedule with a 12-1 record.
See what WVU fans are saying here