More WVU Postgame: Browne and Williams

West Virginia struggled mightily in its opener, winning 64-54 against a Monmouth program that had racked up at least 20 losses in five of the last six seasons. Here, Gary Browne and Devin Williams detail the Mountaineers struggles, and speak to the immediate improvements needed to gt a win over a strong Lafayette team looming on Sunday.

Browne, who, like most off the rest of the team, struggled shooting, speaks to the slow start, West Virginia's defensive changes for the second half, the effort that was there and the execution that wasn't and the changes needed to remain unbeaten heading to his home nation of Puerto Rico for a trio of tournament games.

Williams who missed his first 11 shots of the game before making his final three on the way to a 15-point, 15-rebound double-double, dissects the main issues plaguing WVU early, including its hesitation in taking open shots, the inability to finish around the rum and the lack of defensive awareness that allowed Monmouth easier looks over the first 25-minutes plus of the game. Williams also looks ahead to Lafayette, noting that little will come easy for the Mountaineers this year.


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