On an all-around poor night for the WVU men's team, point guard J.D. Collins was at least respectable in the ugly loss to Marshall.
Collins made three of his five shots from the field, and was the only Mountaineer above 39% from the field for the game. He also had three assists, two rebounds and one steal in his 31 minutes of action. He did not have a turnover.
There weren't too many other positives in this game. WVU played the first half with all the intensity of a sloth on tranquilizers, and appeared to be moving in slow motion on both ends of the floor.
Backup point guard Darris Nichols committed one foul in ten minutes of action. That was his total contribution, as he registered zeroes across the rest of his box score.
WVU gave up nearly as many offensive rebounds (15) as it made field goals (18). The Herd turned those 15 second chances into 11 points.