Posted December 20, 2012 on
West Virginia was on the right side of the final score and got back to .500 on Wednesday night against Oakland. But that is about all that should have been encouraging to the Mountaineers after a game that proved just how right Bob Huggins has been all along.
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West Virginia University men’s basketball coach Bob Huggins met with the media following the Mountaineers 76-71 victory Wednesday night at home. The win moves WVU to 5-5 on the season with Radford up next on December 22, a game televised by Root Sports. Aaric Murray bounced back after missing the Michigan game leading the team [...]
After being called out by head coach Bob Huggins following last Saturday’s loss to Michigan, West Virginia responded by defeating Oakland 76-71. The win stops a mini two game skid by the Mountaineers. Junior forward Aaric Murray, who didn’t travel with the team to play the Wolverines, came off the bench Wednesday night to score [...]
Aaric Murray didn't want to talk about what led WVU coach Bob Huggins to keep him in Morgantown when the rest of the Mountaineers traveled to Brooklyn to face Michigan last Saturday. But he acknowledged he was glued to the television, wondering what he could have done to help.
West Virginia's players say they have taken Bob Huggins' post-Michigan comments to heart, and that they have performed some self-examination to get their season back on track.