BGN Video: Baylor Postgame

West Virginia's Eron Harris and Juwan Staten combined for 48 points. But that mattered little in a game in which the Mountaineers failed to execute even the basics of defense, allowing Baylor to be comfortable in virtually ever facet.

Harris, below, details WVU's defensive issues - the Mountaineers allowed 54.2 percent shooting - and explains the difficulties in overcoming poor team execution when combined with the inability to score in the paint.

Staten, who finished with 16 points, eight rebounds and six assists, dishes on the Mountaineers' missed opportunities, defensive struggles and lack of focus and execution of the game plan. Recommended Stories

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