The Bob Huggins Show, Ep. 1

Bob Huggins Show

The Mountaineers are back in action at the Coliseum to take on the Nicholls Colonels. Game action is set for 2:00 p.m. ET. Hosts of the Bob Huggins Show Nick Farrell, Anjelica Trinone, Tony Caridi and Warren Baker bring you the latest on WVU Hoops and looking ahead to conference play.

In the first Coaches Corner, Tony Caridi sits down with Coach Huggins following the 84-53 win against the Austin Peay Governors. Coach Huggins and Tony look back and touch on what went wrong for the Mountaineers when they faced St. Johns in Madison Square Garden. Huggins also touches on Emmitt Matthews Jr. making his first career double-double in the game against Austin Peay. Coach Huggins also discusses how the Mountaineers need to adjust before facing Nicholls. All this and more in the first Coaches Corner, sponsored by Encova Insurance:

Nick and Anjelica sit down following the game against Austin Peay for their weekly ‘Eer to ‘Eer. Nick and Anjelica talk about some highlights from the game against the Governors such as, Derek Culver having 12 points and 18 rebounds, and Sean McNeil having a career high of 13 points. They also discuss how players following the game talked about practicing with a deflated ball in practice. Found out why in this week’s ‘Eer to ‘Eer:

Anjelica recaps both St. Johns and Austin Peay matchups for the Mountaineers. Nick and Anjelica will also give their keys to a win against Nicholls, sponsored by Astorg Auto of Charleston:

In this week’s Court side with Bake, Warren Baker is joined by Dan Zangrilli to analyze the Mountaineers and the win against Austin Peay. Baker assigns his homework for the Mountaineers for the weekend to keep up with wins:

WVU is filled with winning traditions. WVU Hall of Traditions is open to the public to see archived items for both men’s and women’s hoops. Downstairs is another trophy case that holds more archived trophies and items for the hoops’ team. WVU Director of Athletic Content John Antonik takes you downstairs to look at some of the archived gems inside the trophy case:

WVU didn’t always play their basketball games inside of the Coliseum. They use to be played inside Stansbury Hall formerly located on Beechurst Ave in Downtown Morgantown. As of recent, Stansbury Hall was demolished to be rebuilt into the new WVU Business and Economics School. WVU hoops radio analyst Jay Jacobs takes us inside the former field house and the history it holds:

Anjelica sits down in the studio with Senior Associate Athletic Director Matt Wells to talk ticket sales, mini packages still available, and the fan excitement around this Mountaineer hoops team. Anjelica will also provide the Central Van & Storage Moving Forward Road Ahead Schedule for the remaining games in Decemeber: 

In the second Coaches Corner, Tony and Coach Huggins discuss going up against Nicholls. Former Mountaineer D’Angelo Hunter is now playing for the Colonels. Coach Huggins discusses what the Mountaineers need to do in order to be successful to get another W added to their non-conference schedule. Coach Huggins also touches on how Gabe Osabuohien is contributing defensively. Tony and Coach Huggins also dive into the inconsistencies in the league-to-league rule changes. All this and more in the part two of the Coaches Corner, sponsored by Encova Insurance:

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