As a general rule, by the time West Virginia has approached its annual game with Marshall under Bob Huggins, the Mountaineers have already accomplished a lot.
They have usually completed a largely successful non-conference schedule, are well into the meat of their conference slate and have the incentive to earn yet another notch in their collective belt where NCAA resumes are concerned.
Not so this time. Not on any of those counts.
In fact, when the teams meet tonight at the Charleston Civic Center, West Virginia finds itself in almost desperate straits.
Full Article at: The Charleston Gazette