West Virginia Gets Better of State Rival Marshall 94-71

West Virginia Gets Better of State Rival Marshall 94-71
West Virginia forward Sagaba Konate (50) dunks against Marshall during the first half of a second-round NCAA college basketball tournament game Sunday, March 18, 2018, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Two in-state foes being forced back together on the court by the NCAA Tournament thousands of miles from home became a one-sided celebration for West Virginia.

Jevon Carter was the one leading the way.

Carter scored 28 points, Lamont West added 18 off the bench and West Virginia overwhelmed its in-state rival beating Marshall 94-71 on Sunday night in the second-round of the NCAA Tournament. READ MORE>