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Bob Huggins
Bob Huggins
Posted Dec 22, 2012

That vague tweet WVU head coach Bob Huggins sent out Friday night saying he would "try something new" against Radford didn't refer to his black suit and bright red dress shirt. Instead, there were some tweaks to the Mountaineers' half-court offense which had mixed results in the team's 72-62 win on Saturday.

Gary Browne discussed the team's overall performance -- from the 1-3-1 zone defense to what was occasionally a better half-court offense -- in a brief interview before going to spend time with his family, which was in town for the game.

Kevin Noreen recapped the experience of playing against his younger brother Kyle and broke down the pros and cons of playing the 1-3-1 zone defense for an extended period of time.

Guard Juwan Staten discussed the improved play of teammate Aaric Murray since Murray did not make the trip for West Virginia's game against Michigan last week, saying Murray's effort in practice has been solid since then -- and the results have shown it.

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