That whole “Find a way” thing was a nice for a spin around the carousel and the timing couldn’t have been better after a seemingly promising win on the road when looking at certain defeat. WVU hasn’t won since, though, and is actually finding ways to lose.
“It just seems like every time I think I’ve maybe got something figured out, they just say, ‘Ah, we can screw this up,’ ” Huggins said.
This is a team that has problems on defense and with rebounding and in many of the intangible areas … like dribbling, and problems with the little things are a profound surprise to me. Huggins’s WVU teams have been at least sound fundamentally, if not strong.
It may sound too simple and seem too obvious, but a lot of what is going wrong all over the floor for WVU has to do with the iffy offense.
“The hope is that when you do those things that you play so much harder to try to get a stop to get the ball back to get yourself back into the game,” Huggins said. “Obviously that doesn’t happen.”