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West Virginia continues slide; loses to Kentucky

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Coming into Saturday night's primetime College GameDay affair with Kentucky, the West Virginia Mountaineers had fallen in three of their four games. After a second half letdown, the Mountaineers suffered another loss, 83-76. The Mountaineers had a 15 point lead at the half, but gave up 50 second half points to the Wildcats en route to their fifth loss of the season. Jevon Carter had 26 points to lead the Mountaineers. The Mountaineers fall to 16-5 overall and 10-2 at the Coliseum. Next up, the Mountaineers are Iowa State on Wednesday. 

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