What Darryl Bryant’s Injury Means for West Virginia

Posted by Kyle Wilkerson on March-23-2010 Add Comments

WVU starting point guard Darryl "Truck" Bryant suffered a broken bone in his right foot during Tuesday's practice and will miss the remainder of the NCAA tournament.

The biggest thing WVU will lose is his offense. Bryant, a sophomore, was averaging 9.3 points per game—although he had been struggling lately. He had not scored in double digits since the regular-season finale victory over Villanova. He was averaging just 2.3 points per game during his last six games.

For the Mountaineers, this means redshirt junior Joe Mazzulla will take over the starting role. Mazzulla had been the Mountaineers' starting point guard his sophomore year and led WVU to the Sweet 16. He was the starter last year before a shoulder ...

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