Focus on Correction

West Virginia has a number of areas in which to improve if it hopes to repay Pitt for the loss the Mountaineers suffered on Feb. 7.

Head coach Bob Huggins had a laundry list of items, starting with rebounding, interior defense and transition defense, which have to be better if his team is to record its second consecutive win over a Top 10 team in a week.

The return of Asthon Gibbs, who missed the first game with a knee injury, gives the Panthers the perimeter threat they lacked, but didn't miss, in the first game. His presence will give West Virginia yet another challenge in the toughest road venue it plays in all year.

In this interview, Huggins discusses Pitt's personnel and highlights the shortcomings of the first game that must be corrected for WVU to come away with the win.

Bob Huggins Interview

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