Huggins Breaks Down Charleston Blowout

West Virginia, for the second time in a four-game stretch, started slow against an overmatched foe, only to turn on the defense, and turn up the pressure in an 86-57 blowout of the College of Charleston. Here, head coach Bob Huggins breaks down the reasons for the slow start - and the lighting fast finish.

Huggins, who program is off to its best start since the 2010 Final Four season, makes comparisons to that squad and the defense of Jonathan Holton, comments on the involvement of Juwan Staten, lists potential reasons for the initial lack of energy - including references to a 38-pound turkey - and dissects what the Mountaineers will need to do Thursday against a solid LSU team with above-average defense around the rim.

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