West Virginia's second-half domination of No. 22 Pittsburgh last night was actually not the biggest story for the No. 6 Mountaineers. In the middle of the second half, fans threw objects onto the court after the Panthers started to rally back from a double-digit deficit. A Pittsburgh assistant coach was struck by a penny.
West Virginia coach Bob Huggins didn't exactly take it likely. Huggins took a break in the middle of the game, retrieved a microphone and yelled at his fans for their actions. Huggins pleaded with spectators, saying that if they see someone throwing something onto the court, "point them out so we can throw them out of here." Scroll down to watch.