West Virginia Men’s Basketball Coach Bob Huggins joined Seibel, Starkey, and Miller on Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN to talk about the Mountaineers chances in the NCAA Tournament.

West Virginia is in a similar situation to Pitt in that they don’t know who they’ll be playing right now because of the play in games that have been added to the tournament this year, and Coach Huggins told us what it’s like compared to years past and what difficulties that may present.

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Huggins talked about who is the key player to his team and makes things run since the Pitt players commented after their last matchup with the Mountaineers that Truck Bryant makes that offense go.

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When it comes to their offense as a whole, Huggins said it’s no secret that they haven’t shot the ball well this year and they’ll need to do that better in order to have a chance to repeat their success from last year.

Coach Huggins also discussed how tough the Big East Tournament is and whether or not UCONN has a chance to do anything in the NCAA Tournament after having to play five games in five days.

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We wrapped things up with Coach Huggins asking him what Pitt’s strengths and weaknesses are and how far he can see them going in the tournament.