No Ebanks? No Problem. WVU Shows Bright Future In Opener.

Posted by Major Kelchner on November-16-2009 Add Comments


West Virginia opened the season on Sunday with a sluggish first half that turned into a 23-point victory.  


Tied 31-31 at the half, the Mountaineers, fuelled by Da'Sean Butler's 26 points, stormed back to do what a top-ten team does to Loyola (MD), blow them out.


The biggest story of the game wasn't Butler's points—that was expected. 


It wasn't Casey Mitchell making his Mountaineer debut and struggling, that is also to be expected. 


It wasn't about man-to-man defense either, because if Bob Huggins is on he sideline, that is to be expected.


The biggest story of the day was Kevin Jones starting for Devin Ebanks, who wasn't even in the ...

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