Bob Huggins and his staff had spent long, intense hours studying a Baylor team that was slipping as it headed for WVU and Wednesday night’s game. It was a team that had been having troubles of its own and Huggins was trying to find something that might work for his team.
He came up with a different offense than he had run in the past while, at the same time, starting a different group of players.
“I’ve tried everything other than putting a peach basket up,” he said.
It almost worked, too, as it set freshman Eron Harris off on a career-high 25 points and let the Mountaineers carry a lead into the second half, before finishing the same old way, losing 65-62 as point guard Juwan Staten’s 3-point shot to tie was partially blocked and fell harmlessly short.
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