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Aaric Murray
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Posted Dec 20, 2012


Aaric Murray didn't want to talk about what led WVU coach Bob Huggins to keep him in Morgantown when the rest of the Mountaineers traveled to Brooklyn to face Michigan last Saturday. But he acknowledged he was glued to the television, wondering what he could have done to help.

Bob Huggins said consistency is the biggest problem with his team right now, as an uneven effort again frustrated WVU's head coach despite the victory.

Guard Juwan Staten said the team's morale mirrors its performance: up-and-down. West Virginia players have started to put in the necessary work to improve, but things are by no means fixed, he said.

Forward Keaton Miles discussed his contribution, which was crucial: a perfect 4-of-4 from the field, including two significant 3-pointers that helped push West Virginia to a much-needed win.



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