WVU Players: Effort, Execution Key Vs Baylor

West Virginia's players focused on one primary tangible for the initial Big 12 Championship game against Baylor: Effort. The Mountaineers, to a man, said they didn't play with enough during the majority of the regular season series in which the Bears got a relatively easy sweep.

Here, forward Devin Williams details that aspect, and discusses his personal match-up on the interior, an area the Bears have largely claimed as their own in two victories. Williams also notes the health status of Gary Browne, below, and how he team has responded the the series of injuries to the guards, as well as Brandon Watkins.

Browne, who is "at 65-75 percent," according to him, gives further insight as to his recovery, talks about his lateral movement with the bone bruise and high ankle sprain, and disciusses his timetable for a return, which he lists as within a week.

And finally, Jonathan Holton delves into the effort given by the WVU forwards against Baylor's bigs, his play in the two previous games, what he believes has been the primary concern with the team sans Browne and Staten, and how understudies Jevon Carter and Daxter Miles have responded.


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