This long into their time together at West Virginia, Bob Huggins is only surprised when Jevon Carter has a bad game.
What Carter did on Friday in the first-round of the East Region against Murray State is simply what Huggins expects.
"I would be shocked if he didn't play that way," Huggins said. "He plays that way all the time. He plays that way in open gym. But he's always done that."
Carter scored 21 points, had eight assists and six steals, and played suffocating defense on Murray State star Jonathan Stark, and the fifth-seeded Mountaineers overwhelmed the 12th-seeded Racers 85-68.
Teddy Allen added 16 points and the Mountaineers...