Huggins Finds Victory in Career Game No. 1,000

Bob Huggins got career victory No. 722 on Saturday in his 1,000th game roaming the sidelines as a head coach.

Cruising to a 63-50 win over TCU in Fort Worth, West Virginia made sure the milestone day went smoothly for the man who leads the team into battle each time on the court.

“I’ve been very, very fortunate,” Huggins said on his radio show following the game. “I’ve had great assistant coaches, I’ve had great loyalty from assistant coaches, I’ve had great players, I’ve had great people and I think the loyalty thing and the way that we all feel about each other is the most important thing.”

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Signing Day Brings New Talent at Wide Receiver

Following the 2013 season, the Mountaineers are suddenly short at the wide receiver position. With four seniors departing, and others who left mid season, Dana Holgorsen found himself in need of skilled wide outs in recruiting.

Head coach Dana Holgorsen and his group of assistant coaches did their best to bring in the best talent from around the nation. Lonnie Galloway is taking over as the new receivers coach, and can only dream the former play makers were still around.

“Yeah I wish Tavon and Stedman were coming back,” said Galloway. “But it’s a challenge that we’re all willing to jump in for. The guys, it’s time for them to step up.”

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Game Recap: WVU vs. TCU

Bob Huggins gets a victory in game number 1,000, defeating TCU 63-50.

Behind freshmen Terry Henderson and Eron Harris, West Virginia (12-11, 5-5) is now above the .500 mark and even in conference play.

Henderson played arguably his best game of the season. The first year player out of Raleigh, North Carolina, had 15 points after the first half. The rest of the team had 16 combined at the time. He finished with 17 points, a game-high.

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