When last West Virginia and Texas played, Eron Harris was more of a curiosity than anything else.
Yes, he’d played some minutes for the Mountaineers. In fact, in some of those earlier games he’d played a lot. He was on the floor for 28 minutes against Oakland. He made key shots when it mattered against then-unbeaten Virginia Tech and soon-to-be-No. 1 Michigan.
But there were also times when Bob Huggins would simply ignore the freshman guard. He played three minutes against Oklahoma in Orlando and two against Marshall. In six of the games to that point, he’d failed to exceed 10 minutes of court time. Heading into the Texas game on Jan. 9 in Austin, Harris had averaged 12.6 minutes per game, but that number was actually dropping.
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