The Mountaineers, now 7-0 and staring at a prime match-up with No. 10 Virginia in New York on Tuesday, did what was needed in securing the easy victory and starting 7-0 for the second straight season. But the overall efficiency was badly lacking against an overmatched Owls team that never truly threatened after the first 10 minutes. Huggins, above, discusses the result, and how WVU arrived at such, while also giving insights as to Virginia's packline defense, the differences in the teams in pacing and tempo and how he believes the No. 20 Mountaineers can attack UVA in the match-up of ranked teams. Huggins also dicusses the return of forward Brandon Watkins, who saw his first action of the season after ungoing ACL surgery on his left knee.
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