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Bob Huggins
Bob Huggins
Posted Jan 4, 2013

The dribble-drive offense Bob Huggins installed in the lead-up to WVU's game against Eastern Kentucky last weekend was effective in that it helped the Mountaineers' guards get to the foul line. But that doesn't mean the big men won't have a role in the dribble-drive, according to Huggins.

West Virginia's first matchup with the Sooners of Oklahoma was one of Deniz Kilicli's better games this season, as he finished with 13 points and four rebounds despite playing only 23 minutes due to foul trouble. Kilicli offered his thoughts on the present state of his game and how the Sooners have evolved since that first meeting.

Despite some recent close calls against opponents most would consider inferior, guard Gary Browne said WVU enters Big 12 play with plenty of confidence after three consecutive victories and plenty of time to work in practice, as the Mountaineers have had long layoffs between games.

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