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For long stretches on Wednesday night, West Virginia played some of its best basketball in a considerable amount of time. But when it mattered most, WVU reverted to the same old timid, mistake-prone team that fans have seen time and time again.

For a spell, this was a performance reminiscent of Bob Huggins' teams of years gone by: plucky, energetic, dominating the glass, making just enough shots when they were available. Huggins saw it, and despite what was ultimately a 65-62 loss to Baylor, he seemed relatively pleased that, at least for once, his team had played hard. The "pouters" on the team didn't play. That may have been true...

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