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In 1959 they made it through to the Final Four Championship game and in recent years the Mountaineers have become regulars at the NCAA tourney. Just so you know, Vivid Seats will have plenty of NCAA Final Four tickets and NCAA Championship basketball tickets for when that time rolls around.
When the clock struck 12:01 a.m. on July 1, the West Virginia Mountaineers officially become members of the Big 12 Conference. The change marks plenty of challenges for the squad, but even more excitement about the future. Mountaineer basketball fans can now look forward to matchups against elite competition like Kansas, Baylor, Oklahoma State, and Texas, so get your 2012 West Virginia Mountaineers tickets from Vivid Seats and watch the squad battle in unknown territory.
Thankfully, the transition should be a smooth one, thanks to returning veterans like Kevin Jones, Darryl "Truck'' Bryant, and Deniz Kilicla. Also, the Mountaineers shouldn’t have a tough time adapting, considering that they have the distinct benefit of Head Coach Bob Huggins on their sideline. In 26 years, Huggins has posted a 620-227 record and led his squads to the NCAA Tournament 19 times, with 2 Final Four appearances. The mountaineers are set to start the season competing in the 2012 ESPN tip off marathon at midnight at Gonzaga. It will be a great atmosphere and it will be a rematch from the second round of last year’s NCAA Tournament, where Gonzaga won 77-54.