4-star DE commit flips to Louisville

Former Orange Park (Fla.) defensive end De’Asian Richardson, one of two four-star prospects among West Virginia’s 22 commitments for 2013, flipped his pledge to Louisville on Friday, according to a report from Scout.com’s Cardinal Authority and 247sports.com’s InsideTheVille websites.

Richardson, a 6-foot-3, 285-pounder who held scholarship offers from 24 Division I programs, was dismissed at Orange Park in September after the third game of his senior season, where Raiders head coach Danny Green said “I had issues with the young man.”

Richardson had committed to WVU over Oklahoma in August, but made just eight tackles in three games before the disciplinary problems Green referenced led him to transfer to First Coast High School in Jacksonville.

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During his weekly call-in show, Bob Huggins spent a few hilarious minutes razzing pro angler Curtis Fleming for repeatedly hanging his jig in the rocks as the two fly-fished on the Potomac River.

Had Fleming been so inclined to jab back, he could have noted that his casting was no more errant than WVU’s 3-point shooting.

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Kruger, Oklahoma making first visit to Morgantown

Oklahoma’s Lon Kruger has had several stops during his well-established coaching career, but on Saturday, he’ll be making his first trip to Morgantown when the Sooners take on West Virginia at the Coliseum.

“I’ve actually not played a ballgame there in all of the years,” Kruger said. “A lot of good basketball has been played there, but I haven’t been there in person.”

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