Wofford Postgame: Player Reaction

West Virginia's 77-44 dismantling of Wofford moved the Mountaineers to an 11th win in 12 games. Here, Elijah Macon speaks for the first time since his family issues, and Jaysean Paige and Jevon Carter detail the improvements of WVU during what Bob Huggins says is the key period of improvement for this team.

Macon, for whom the team is wearing a patch on the uniform in honor of the passing of his mother, speaks to an 11-point, four-rebound performance in just 12 minutes. Macon is clearly improving across the board, and here he delves into his improvements, his mental focus and the upside of his game as he continues to settle in.

Paige, as good of an outside shooter as the Mountaineers possess right now, talks about his performance, the ability of West Virginia to remain focused in the face of Wofford's contrast in styles and penchant for chippy play and what the Mountaineers need most to work on going into another week with just one game.

Carter also details Wofford's psychological approach, the ability of West Virginia to withstand the lull in the game that resulted on two technical and the improvements that must be made entering Big 12 play.


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