That was essentially the take from Huggins, who spoke to the effort on both ends as well as the mistakes - self-inflicted and otherwise - that plagued the Mountaineers and kept a game close that seemed on the verge of breaking open multiple times. Huggins also noted the talent and skill level of James Madison, and how experienced and solid fundamentally and within the shooting game the Dukes were. The coach also attempted to pinpoint the rebounding isssues, which was a pregame focus for JMU, and how the press is affected by a team with a handful of exceptional shooters.
West Virginia Head Coach Bob Huggins Dissects Mountaineers' Win Over James Madison
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