Jevon Carter credited his late grandmother for being a guiding presence as West Virginia took down Oklahoma. After taking game scoring honors, he discussed that while dedicating the win to her as well as the entire Mountaineer Nation.
"She was on my shoulders the whole time. She was just watching over me," Carter said. "This one was for her, our team for our state and for our fans. It was for everybody."
In the video below, Carter also discussed the emotions he went through in the agonizing final minutes while officials determined that Buddy Hield's heave from midcourt came just a fraction of a second too late.