Sometimes, the offense just ain’t working; that’s when being first in the nation in forced turnovers tends to help.
West Virginia, known for suffocating even the nation’s best with its press, also boasts one of the most lethal attacks in all of college basketball. Head coach Bob Huggins’ squad averages 85.7 points, with five players scoring at least nine points per game. Being able to seamlessly convert turnovers created by their full-court press into transition buckets is why the Mountaineers have won 18 of their 21 games by double-digits and own the No. 9 spot in the AP Poll.