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Miles: “Kentucky Don’t Play Hard”

It was eventful day on Wednesday surrounding the Sweet 16 match-up of overall No.1 seed Kentucky and No. 5 seed West Virginia. WVU head basketball coach Bob Huggins spent his time talking about his friendship with Coach Calipari, his time at Kansas State, his heart attack in Pittsburgh and the Mountaineer

Task for WVU This Week: Kentucky

Cleveland, Ohio How sweet it is! The WVU basketball team put their stamp on Columbus with victories in the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament against Buffalo and Maryland. They fought their way to the Sweet Sixteen and despite heavy odds against them, are expecting to continue surviving and advancing. They say they are ready to face

Bob Huggins on Doug Gottlieb Show

Before West Virginia gets the next shot at taking down overall No. 1 seed Kentucky tomorrow night, WVU head basketball coach Bob Huggins joined the Doug Gottlieb Show to talk some hoops. Huggins and Coach Cal always seem to end up in the same bracket, something Huggs pointed out. “What am I

Huggins a Finalist for Jim Phelan Coach of the Year Award

The sixteen finalists have been announced for the 2015 Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year award. The award is presented annually to the top coach in division I men's basketball. The finalists include Dana Altman (Oregon), Tony Bennett (Virginia), Mike Brey (Notre Dame), John Calipari (Kentucky), Jim Engles (NJIT), Mark

WVU: No Respect, No Problem

  Before the Mountaineers could even get off the court Sunday night, college basketball analysts and Vegas odds makers were already talking about the probability of this being WVU's last win of the season. While most fans have come to embrace the "underdog" stigma that surrounds WVU sports there comes a time

West Virginia beats Maryland to advance to Sweet 16

COLUMBUS, Ohio--Devin Williams scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as the fifth-seeded West Virginia  Mountaineers knocked off  fourth-seeded Maryland 69-59 in the NCAA Tournament on Sunday night. The Mountaineers punched their ticket to to the Sweet 16 and will try to knock off the top-ranked Kentucky Wildcats. Gary Browne scored 14

Bob Huggins Rips TV Experts

WVU entered the opening round of the NCAA tournament with TV experts hyping the return of Bobby Hurley, and with Buffalo planted firmly in their minds. The country had not heard from Buffalo all season, but due to Hurley on the bench, the Bulls were poised to pull the upset of the tourney.

Mountaineers hang on to beat Buffalo in NCAA opener

Columbus, Ohio--Even though West Virginia had seniors Gary Browne and Juwan Staten back, the Mountaineers found the game in the hands of an underclassman. Tarik Phillip nailed a three-pointer with 28 seconds left and the shot clock ticking down, helping the fifth-seeded Mountaineers beat 12th-seeded Buffalo 68-62 on Friday afternoon in their

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