No. 1 Baylor looks to get back on track at West Virginia


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No. 1 Baylor will try to get back to winning when it squares off against West Virginia on Tuesday in a Big 12 Conference game in Morgantown, W.Va. The Bears (15-2, 3-2) almost certainly will relinquish the top spot in the AP rankings after losing twice at home last week -- first to then-No. 19 Texas Tech 65-62 last Tuesday, and most recently to Oklahoma State 61-54 on Saturday. Baylor fell behind by double digits in the first six minutes Saturday and trailed by 18 points near the five-minute mark of the first half but fought back to within a point in the final minute of the game before succumbing.

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