Found December 06, 2012 on Backyard Sports Blog:
Last night the Marshall and West Virginia basketball teams met in the Capital Classic game. WVU won the game 69-59, but it got ugly late in the game when Robert Goff of Marshall kicked WVU's Juwan Staten below the belt.  Juwan was getting up off the floor over top of Robert after a basket by WVU and Robert gave him a quick boot to his man parts.  Players from both team cleared the bench and proceeded to start a shoving match.  5 players were ejected from the game. Murray, Terry Henderson, Eron Harris, and Jabarie Hinds were all ejected for WVU for leaving the bench, along with Goff of Marshall for the kick.  Bad blood is boiling in West Virginia.  Check out the kick below. Read more here: Check out our Home Page for more stories and follow us on Twitter and Facebook

WVU defeats Marshall 69-59; Huggins Presser Included

Select members of the WVU men’s basketball team met with the media following Wednesday night’s 69-59 win over Marshall in the Capital City Classic in Charleston. The game got interesting at the end when Marshall forward Robert Goff kicked Juwan Staten resulting in the benches clearing. Terry Henderson, Jabarie Hinds, Eron Harris and Aaric Murray [...]


The Capital Classic has never been pretty. And the 2012 version may have been the ugliest yet. In a matchup of West Virginia’s two division-1 schools, WVU and Marshall, the Capital Classic has always been physical. It’s a game that average 45 fouls calls a game. However, Marshall’s Robert Goff decided to his best Ndamukong Suh impersonation - kicking Mountaineer [...]
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