BGN Video: OSU Postgame

Ryan McBroom

West Virginia lost its seventh straight game as No. 18 Oklahoma State completed the series sweep with a 7-4 win on Sunday. Here, head coach Randy Mazey and players detail the primary issues facing the Mountaineers as they enter the heart of the Big 12 schedule.

Mazey, in the midst of his longest losing streak during his two-year tenure at West Virginia, speaks to the lack of two-out hitting, his penchant for the quick hook on relievers who "give away runs" and his team's day-to-day approach entering the Tuesday game with Ohio State.


First baseman Ryan McBroom, who was hitting .335 entering the OSU series finale', went 3-for-5 with two RBI against the Cowboys. Here, the discusses his plate approach, what has been working for him and the team struggles in various areas.


Right-hander Ryan Tezak threw six innings in relief, allowing just two earned runs on five hits, his second-longest career outing. That followed a disastrous start by Michael Bennett and a poor relief appearance by Zach Bargeron in which the duo combined for three walks, a hit batsman and a balk in the first inning to put OSU ahead 4-0. Tezak, below, discusses his performance, and what worked on a day in which he was among he few bright spots for West Virginia.

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