What makes college basketball so interesting is that teams can win games many different ways. It can win by focusing on defense and stopping the other team, or, it can win by outscoring the opposition. John Beilein, who once coached at WVU and recently led Michigan to the brink of a national title last spring, runs his program a certain way. Beilein's successor at West Virginia, Bob Huggins, has won more than 70 percent of his games and has taken two different teams to the Final Four by employing a completely different style of play. Clearly, both styles work.