West Virginia's women's basketball team nearly cracked the Associated Press Top 25, becoming top-ranked among "others receiving votes" after its 71-67 road upset of Oklahoma State.
The Mountaineers picked up 74 points in the media poll, 14 behind No. 25 Georgia. Oklahome State fell from 11th to 15 in the poll, released Monday.
WVU (14-1), winners of 13 in a row, plays Baylor at home at 7 p.m. Thursday.