West Virginia's Esa Ahmad (23) tries to steal the ball from Kansas State's Justin Edwards during Saturday’s Big 12 opening game in Manhattan.
West Virginia's Esa Ahmad (23) tries to steal the ball from Kansas State's Justin Edwards during Saturday’s Big 12 opening game in Manhattan. Charlie Riedel AP
West Virginia's Esa Ahmad (23) tries to steal the ball from Kansas State's Justin Edwards during Saturday’s Big 12 opening game in Manhattan. Charlie Riedel AP

West Virginia holds off K-State, 87-83 in double overtime

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