Jaysean Paige, in his first NCAA tournament, discussed his path to WVU and described his path from high school through junior college to the Mountaineers. Noting that he was excited to get on the floor, he also described the quick turnaround process and the things his team needs to do to continue its tournament success.
A delightful interview, Elijah Macon noted that playing close to home in front of family and friends made the Mountaineers' win over Buffalo even more special. Once the game starts, though, it's jsut like any other for the Ohio native, who says he doesn't get distracted by anything else surrounding the contest. He also emphasized turnovers as one of the keys for WVU in the Maryland game, noting that both getting them from the Terps and preventing them on their side will be critical.