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West Virginia University men’s basketball coach Bob Huggins met with the media following the Mountaineers 81-66 loss on Saturday night to #3 Michigan. Huggins was on fire calling it like it is, and went so far to say that some players didn’t report to the practice facility after this weeks loss to Duquesne. Video [...]
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West Virginia University men’s basketball coach Bob Huggins met with the media on Friday to talk about the challenge of facing #3 Michigan tonight in Brooklyn. The Mountaineers will look to rebound following an ugly loss earlier this week to Duquesne. Adding to the task of defeating the #3 team in the land, reports surfaced [...]
Juwan Staten and head coach Bob Huggins offer thoughts on West Virginia's play in its loss to Michigan, and what it must do in order to win games.
Kevin Noreen and Keaton Miles both touched on West Virginia's failings against Duquesne, and cited a need for improved focus as the Mountaineers prepare to take on third-ranked Michigan.
This West Virginia-Michigan clash was supposed to be a marquee national game. But now, in a twist, it becomes “a great deal more than that,” for the Mountaineers, according to Bob Huggins.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – West Virginia University’s Tavon Austin has earned the 2012 All-Purpose Performer of the Year Trophy, announced today by College Football Performance Awards. Austin will receive the award at the Mountaineers’ home men’s basketball game vs. Oakland on Dec. 19. Austin, the Mountaineers’ leader in receptions, contributed 2,764 all-purpose yards this season...
On our way through Chinatown en route to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., we saw a sign that Bob Huggins would certainly have appreciated, given his mood following West Virginia's 81-66 loss to Michigan.