West Virginia's plethora of close games have given the Mountaineers confidence, and the understanding that they can handle any situation down the stretch. That was the case against Cincinnati, as the Mountaineers again shook off a poor shooting night to notch another big win in the Big East tournament.
"We've been living with it all season," Ebanks said after WVU's win. "I just think that even when we are not playing well, we are going to find a way to win. It might not be the prettiest thing, but we are going to find a way to get it done."
Ebanks also discussed the next game against Notre Dame and the feeling of competing in tournament play.