The West Virginia University Mountaineers have jumped back into the Top 20 following the loss to LSU and a huge win over Bowling Green State.
The 16th-ranked Mountaineers will finally begin conference play on Saturday as they welcome the Huskies of the University of Connecticut to Morgantown.
This will be WVU’s first intra-league test and Paul Pasqualoni’s first game against the Mountaineers since he left Syracuse in 2004.
As with every game, there are things that will play key roles for both teams.
What adjustments need to be made, what players will get most of the playing time and what the other team will do?
Here are five “keys to the game,” the teams will consider—going into Saturday’s game.