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Bob Huggins

Bob Huggins said he's "all for it" if West Virginia's Aaric Murray and Kevin Noreen continue to take solid shots from three-point range. Because, Huggins said, it's not the first time in his coaching career that the frontcourt might shoot it better than the backcourt.

"When I was at Cincinnati, our guards couldn't shoot it," Huggins said. "And finally I got tired of them missing and I just said ‘Why don't you guys go rebound it and let the bigs shoot? They can't miss any more.' And our bigs started to make shots and we changed to where they shot it a lot more." Noreen scored a career-high 14 points on six of 10 shooting – including two of three from 3-point... Recommended Stories

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