“There’s a lot of stuff to do.”
However, Huggins remains hopeful that his players will measure up to their potential and go all out against Gonzaga.
“We’re going to go out there and play like crazy,” he said. “At least we’ll know what we have to fix or how food we are or how bad we are.
“I would rather do that than schedule five games that we win by 30 or 40 and we mask our problems. Then, all of a sudden, the reality sets in and you don’t have as much time to fix it.”
After Monday’s game, West Virginia won’t play against until Nov. 22-25 in the Old Spice Classic in Orlando, Fla.
The first home game after that will be Nov. 28 against VMI in the Coliseum.