WVU's Browne, Williams Dissect TCU's Frogs

West Virginia's energy level and, obviously, its press will be among the keys to handing TCU its first loss of the season. Here, Gary Browne and Devin Williams discuss the back and frontcourt games needed against the Frogs, and the importance of brining and maintaining the energy level against a much-improved foe.

Browne, who has navigated both Big East and Big 12 conference seasons, delves into those rigors, and getting younger players to understand the importance of balancing fitness and rest. Browne also details TCU's increased talent and athleticism and how the Mountaineers can attack a defense that is among the nation's leaders in field goal percentage allowed.

Williams, who will battle 6-10, 225-pound center Karviar Shepherd (7.2 ppg, 6.4 rpg) addresses TCU's defensive prowess, West Virginia's counter to such, the importance of Big 12 play in continuing to amass an RPI in the top 20 and the mindset entering the 18-game stretch that will largely decide the postseason for a team which has missed the NCAA's for two consecutive years.


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