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Bob Huggins Will Be Fine Because He’s As Resilient As Our State

When Huggs went down on Monday night, there wasn’t a heart beating across the entire state of West Virginia, but he picked himself up and got back to work. Bob Huggins is going to be completely fine. He’ll be fine because that’s who he is, and he’s going to want us all to move past what happened last night. Huggs will take no looks in rear-view mirrors. There will not be...
Via The Smoking Musket
4 days ago

After Huggins' scary moment, No. 12 WVU beats Texas

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) -- Bob Huggins fell to his knees and clutched his chest during a scary moment just before halftime. West Virginia players picked up their coach, got him to the bench and made his job easier by maintaining a comfortable lead the rest of the way Monday night. Jevon Carter had 24 points and Lamont West had a career-high 23, helping the 12th-ranked Mountaineers...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Twitter reacts to Bob Huggins’ health scare

West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins’ health scare led to some tense moments in Morgantown on Monday night. Here is the video of Huggins dropping to his knees during the game against Texas. Huggins was looked at by medical personnel, but continued to coach as WVU beat Texas 77-62. He says his defibrillator went off in a classic Huggins-style post-game press conference. Naturally...
Via Heartland College Sports
5 days ago

WVU's Huggins falls in apparent health scare, stays on bench

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) West Virginia coach Bob Huggins dropped to his knees on the court during an apparent health scare while the 12th-ranked Mountaineers faced Texas on Monday night. Huggins went down during a timeout just before halftime, and his players quickly came to his aid. Huggins stood, briefly massaged his chest and stayed on the sideline. It wasn't immediately known...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Huggins donates money every time WVU beats Kansas

Kansas fans hated to see their team lose to West Virginia Tuesday night for the fourth straight time away from home. But at least there’s a silver lining.Because of West Virginia’s 85-69 win over the second ranked Jayhawks, Mountaineers head coach Bob Huggins donated $25k to cancer research charities in honor of his late mother. In his contract, Huggins receives a $25k bonus...
Via The Comeback
January 25, 2017  |  Discuss

West Virginia’s Bob Huggins might be on the verge of that elusive national championship

Bob Huggins has always been his own man – and you have to respect that. As college basketball coaches become more corporate looking, corporate talking and corporate shilling, Huggins goes against the grain. At the ripe age of 63, he is the walking embodiment of Sinatra’s “My Way.” Regrets? Yeah, Huggins has a few. But he’s not going to conform to what others might think...
Via The Comeback
January 18, 2017  |  Discuss

Remember when the Cincinnati Bearcats were the scariest team in America?

By Eddie Maisonet When you walk into Fifth Third Arena on the University of Cincinnati campus, you quickly notice the championship banners from 1961 and 1962, the listing of Bearcat All-Americans, and most notably the three retired uniforms hanging up on the wall. Jack Twyman. Oscar Robertson. Kenyon Martin. One man (Twyman) I've only heard of as a broadcaster, one man (The...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
July 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Bob Huggins has great reason for not wearing suits

By Matt Hladik When West Virginia takes on Maryland in the NCAA Tournament Round of 32 on Sunday, Mountaineers head coach Bob Huggins will be wearing his customary sideline gear. Unlike almost every other coach that wears a shirt and tie, Huggins prefers a windbreaker emblazoned with a WVU logo. Sometimes he wears a short-sleeved one, sometimes one with sleeves. Either way, it...
Via College Spun
March 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Guy urinates on the side of Bob Huggins' house

By Steve DelVecchio West Virginia fan, rival fan or some random dude who really had to take a leak? That is what Mountaineers basketball coach Bob Huggins was left asking himself after looking at his surveillance footage earlier this week. On Thursday, Huggins took to Twitter to ask if anyone can identify the balding man who appeared to be relieving himself on the side of the veteran...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 13, 2015  |  Discuss

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