December 4, 2012
Murray discusses early season struggles
Although the West Virginia men's basketball team only has five games in the book, if one was to name a team MVP for the early-season contests Aaric Murray's name would most definitely be in the discussion.
Through the early matchups, Murray has provided the Mountaineers with a key factor Head Coach Bob Huggins has been stressing - consistency. The junior transfer from LaSalle finds himself second in points-per-game for the squad with 10.2 and leading the team in rebounding with seven per contest.
Still, despite the early personal success for Murray, the junior believes he still has a long way to go before reaching a level and role he's comfortable at for Coach Huggins and his teammates.
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