Huggins reviewed the exhibition win over Glenville State, noting that the first half wasn't as bad as he first anticipated, while the second half was worse. Huggins also detailed the overall preseason, and his expectations against an overmatched Northern Kentucky team that caught the Mountaineers on a flat night last season. Hugggins also spoke to the passing abilities of Esa Ahmad, and broke down the three recruiting signees in Maciej Bender and in-state products Chase Harler and Brandon Knapper while speaking about his 34th season on the sidelines and leading WVU to its 500th win at the Coliseum, where it is 499-148.
West Virginia plays host to Northern Kentucky to tip-off the 2015-15 season. What did the exhibition game reveal?
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