February 20, 2010
Offensive boards beat Seton Hall, 75-63
MORGANTOWN-With big Connecticut on the way, it's a synch that West Virginia will want to keep rebounding this way: Particularly on the offensive boards.
WVU owned a 21-14 advantage on the offensive glass Saturday here against Seton Hall en route to a 75-63 victory in front of 11,816 fans.
"I think you could call offensive rebounding and defense our calling cards right now," said senior Wellington Smith. "That's what we kind of hang our hats on."
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