Iowa State forward Georges Niang drives past Texas guard Tevin Mack, left, during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game Saturday, Feb. 13, 2016, in Ames, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

BEVO BEAT Men's Basketball

Conference call takeaways: Cam still out; WVU’s Miles not 100 percent

Posted February 15th, 2016


The Big 12 men’s basketball coaches phoned it in Monday in the weekly conference call. Here are Kevin Lyttle’s and Brian Davis’ highlights via Twitter:

Shaka Smart states the obvious after facing two ranked teams on the road last week and losing both games:


Smart on creating a spark:

Smart on the “Blame Game:”

  Smart on his team’s confidence:

Smart on injured senior Cam Ridley:

More from Smart on bouncing back:

Now on Tuesday’s upcoming Texas-West Virginia game:

Mountaineers head coach Bob Huggins on the last match up with Texas:

Huggins says positive things about Texas coach Shaka Smart:

Some good-to-know news from the conference call out of West Virginia:

Other highlights from the conference call:

Iowa State’s Steve Prohm on his team’s win over Texas:

A series of tweets about February’s surprise Big 12 team, Texas Tech, and how the Red Raiders got there and where they can go:

Texas Tech is playing so well right now, Oklahoma coach Lon Kruger is on alert:

 Kruger’s thoughts on his teams one possible major bugaboo:

Kansas State’s Bruce Weber has a very cliche response on his team’s up-and-down struggles:




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