WVU players say team would be better if opponents were better

Here’s an unusual problem for West Virginia: There’s only one Kansas on the schedule.

For many teams, that would be a relief and not a dilemma. For the Mountaineers, it means there is but one team and two games to draw the best out of them.

“Against teams that weren’t as good as this team – we only lost by five points to the No. 2 team in the country – if we would have played this way against those other teams, we would have won more games,” WVU center Aaric Murray said.

Full Article at: Charleston Daily Mail

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