The head coach, in a frank and honest postgame media session, detailed the issues his team is facing in rebounding and creating pressure and turnovers while venting a bit about both. Huggins said that West Virginia wasn't nearly as active on the boards as he had hoped, and that Oklahoma was the aggressor for the majority of the game. The coach also talked about the injury to Daxter Miles, and how Miles was not going to play without practicing, and that the team needed not to focus on that, but on playing with the talent available. Huggins also, toward the end, extended the conference a bit in speaking to how his team should be upset, because he's upset, and looking to see which players want to compete.
West Virginia's Rebounding, Turnovers Combine For Home Loss Versus Oklahoma
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