Posted October 11, 2012 on westvirginia.scout.com
Typically not one to express false confidence in his own teams, Bob Huggins subtly implied some may be underestimating what West Virginia is capable of in 2012-13. "If we're the sixth best team in this league," the head coach said, referencing the Big 12 preseason poll, "then it's a hell of a league."
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