Posted December 20, 2012 on westvirginia.scout.com
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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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