WVU Players: Job Well Done, Not Finished

West Virginia recognized it needed a win against Oklahoma State for a myriad of reasons, not the least of which was the seniors. But once it cashed in that aspect, and swept the season series, it immediately turned its attention to the postseason - one far bigger this year than in the past two.

The Mountaineers, at 23-8 overall and a solid 11-7 in the Big 12, are locked into the 4/5 match-up in the Big 112 Championship on Thursday at 12:30. And that was paramount on the minds of a trio of Mountaineers who represent the three other classes within the program. First, freshman Daxter Miles speaks to securing the win for the seniors - and moving on to the Big 12 and NCAA Tournament.

Sophomore Devin Williams, below, details his thoughts on the regular season as a whole, and the goals that remain for a team which breaks the huddle with the chant of "National Champs!"

And, finally, junior Jaysean Paige talks about the win, how WVU approached Oklahoma State, how it handled the psychological and injury issues it faced this season and its mental preparation for the Big 12 Championships and beyond.


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