Test of Will

WVU point guard Truck Bryant was adamant that West Virginia won't fall apart following a devastating loss at Pitt.

Darryl Bryant, who placed much of the blame on himself for contributing to WVU's late game collapse, said that he and his teammates would band together and continue to battle following the 98-95 triple-overtime loss. West Virginia had a five-point lead and the ball with 43 seconds left in regulation, but allowed Pitt to tie the score and force overtime.

Bryant, like his teammates, was unable to come up with an explanation for the late game collapse, but showed some fortitude when asked how he and his teammates would respond. Losses such as this one can have a huge effect on a season, but Bryant was emphatic about bouncing back.

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