Even in a season during which West Virginia is one game below .500, there have been moments, whether in victory or in narrow defeat, when players could think things were about to head in a more recognizable direction.
“Let’s be honest,” Coach Bob Huggins said after Saturday’s 77-61 victory at Texas Tech, “there were some games that we should have won. For reasons that were beyond my control and theirs, we didn’t. But we had opportunities.”
After a 37-point win to open November’s Old Spice Classic, the Mountaineers lost by three points to Davidson in the second game of the Old Spice Classic, where they were 8-for-17 at the free-throw line and missed a game-tying 3-point attempt at the end.
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