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West Virginia's players say they have taken Bob Huggins' post-Michigan comments to heart, and that they have performed some self-examination to get their season back on track.

Kevin Noreen said that every player started early and stayed late after practices since the Loss to the Wolverines, but that the pattern must continue if West Virginia expects to keep up the success it enjoyed against Oakland.

Dominique Rutledge indicated his willingness to do whatever it takes to make his team successful, and that every player had to "look in the mirror" to be accountable for their actions.

Keaton Miles believes that his versatility is allowing him to be a sub that can play multiple positions effectively for the team. He's also looking to expand his role and become a more dependable scorer, which his pair of three-pointers demonstrated.

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