Hoop styles will clash in WVU-Stanford tilt
NORFOLK, Va. -- Physicality versus finesse.
On the surface, that's what Monday night's second-round matchup between West Virginia and Stanford looks like. And the Mountaineers are making no bones about their game plan to knock off the top seed in the Fresno Region: knock 'em around.
"We'll come out and do what we do," said West Virginia coach Mike Carey. "I don't want to say we want an ugly game, but we want to make it physical as much as the referees will let us, to ...
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