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West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins was once again left without answers following the Mountaineers loss to Oklahoma on Saturday. His team had seven days to prepare for the Sooners, and at one point held a double-digit lead in the second half. But once again the Mountaineers found a way to lose grip and eventually [...]
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Time to study what occurred in Saturday’s late letdown against Oklahoma didn’t change Bob Huggins’ opinion of what happened in that loss -- or the entire season thus far as a whole: the Mountaineers’ problems are basic ones that must be fixed immediately if WVU is to compete in Big 12 Conference play.
The dribble-drive offense Bob Huggins installed in the lead-up to WVU's game against Eastern Kentucky last weekend was effective in that it helped the Mountaineers' guards get to the foul line. But that doesn't mean the big men won't have a role in the dribble-drive, according to Huggins.
West Virginia’s players had a surprisingly short stay in the locker room after Saturday’s 67-57 loss in the program’s first-ever Big 12 game against Oklahoma. One reason? Head coach Bob Huggins seemingly doesn’t know what else to say.