Several players described the victory as a complete team effort, with several players stepping up and doing their jobs down the stretch to help ensure the team's success. Two of those players that came up big with West Virginia with quality minutes were freshman guard Jevon Carter and junior forward BillyDee Williams.
Carter, who has become one of the Mountaineers' best role players off the bench this season, scored 13 points - including two big threes to put WVU in the lead late. Carter talked about the way that West Virginia battled back, and talked about fighting through leg cramps late in the game.
For Williams, who played 10 minutes and scored three points while grabbing four boards, this was a big boost to his confidence as he's slowly been trying to work his way into West Virginia's rotation.