Counting losses as their season’s best performances will not get the West Virginia Mountaineers much of anywhere.
Falling to its previous two ranked opponents at home by a combined score of six points, Bob Huggins’ team has shown that with the right challenge and the excitement of a friendly crowd, WVU can find a way to perform better than what it has shown for much of a disappointing season.
“It was definitely the bench and then being at home and having the support and all the fans cheering you on helps you a lot, keeps you motivated,” junior center Aaric Murray said to explain the intensity he and his teammates showed Monday night. “Just wanted to get that win and get that upset.”
Full Article at: WVi