Player of the Game - Notre Dame

WVU's jack-of-all trades played an outstanding game to fuel West Virginia's second half comeback against Notre Dame.

Herber, playing shooting guard and power forward, scored 17 points on 7-10 shooting as West Virginia rallied from a 16-point second half deficit against the Irish before falling by the score of 65-64.

Herber shook off the shooting slump that has dogged him for much of the Big East season as he hit a variety of short jumpers, layups, and a big three-pointer to help the Mountaineer effort.

Although Herber's last second three-point shot, that would have given WVU the victory, didn't fall, just about everything else he did was gold for the Mountaineers.

Herber was 2-3 from the line, 1-2 from beyond thee arc, grabbed a rebound and recorded three assists and a steal. despite playing all 40 minutes of the contest, the Darmstadt, Germany native did not commit a turnover.

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