Posted November 05, 2012 on westvirginia.scout.com
Bob Huggins said at this point, West Virginia needs to face another team to see how much of the team's work in practice will carry over to game situations. The Mountaineers will get that chance Tuesday night in an exhibition game against Glenville State.
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