MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Though hardly the centerpiece of West Virginia’s recruiting class last year, Rémi Dibo was nonetheless viewed as a crucial component: A lengthy wing player with the 3-point range to make Bob Huggins’ roster more closely resemble the others of the Big 12.

On occasion, Dibo has made West Virginia dangerous through his shooting. At other times he has treaded dangerously close to driving his coach mad.

The lapses on defense and a too-soft approach to rebounding that were Dibo’s deficit in junior college haven’t been tolerated by Huggins.

During Tuesday night’s 66-64 win at Baylor, however, Dibo made enough shots—while at least mitigating some of his shortcomings—to stay on the floor for 23 minutes. That included the Mountaineers’ final possession, when the presence of Dibo, Eron Harris and Terry Henderson helped spread Baylor’s defense enough to allow Juwan Staten a clearer path to the winning basket.

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Dibo provided his highest output since a Dec. 2 route of Loyola-Maryland, and his 13 points were six more than he scored in the previous three games combined.

“When I see that first (shot) going down, I’m looking for more to go,” said Dibo after finishing 3-of-7 from 3-point range.

“I’m trying to get more comfortable and hit the shots I didn’t make so far this season. But it’s shots I’ve been making all my career.”

Dibo also recorded his first two blocks of the season against Baylor, though the night wasn’t all rosy. His rebounding bugaboo resurfaced moments before halftime with Baylor at the foul line. After Huggins screamed “Remi, will you block?”, the errant free throw kicked high off the back rim and Taurean Waller-Prince (who’s also 6-foot-7) out-maneuvered Dibo for the rebound. The second chance led to an Isaiah Austin 3.

“I see a guy who doesn’t block out on the free-throw line,” Huggins said after the game, emphasizing Dibo’s need to round into a more complete player.

Still, the coach has witnessed a deeper commitment ince the Jan. 22 game against Texas Tech, when WVU won 87-82 without Dibo getting on the court.

“I didn’t play him at all in the Texas Tech game because he came to the shoot-around and didn’t know what he was doing,” Huggins said. “That’s unacceptable. So I told him you can get with the rest of us or you can sit over there for the rest of the year. And he’s been way, way better.”

Dibo admitted his lack of preparation for Texas Tech, along with other low-intensity practices, are instances that can sabotage playing time if he relapses. He’s averaging 7.1 points, 40-percent 3-point shooting and 3.1 rebounds, and with Kansas State coming to Morgantown on Saturday, Dibo aims to avoid the on-and-off fluctuation that has defined his first major-college season. He has yet to reach double figures in back-to-back games, and he hasn’t played 20-plus minutes in consecutive outings since the Loyola and Missouri matchups of early December.

At least the positive impact he had against Baylor has teammates predicting more consistent days for Dibo.

“That’s the Remi I know and that’s the Remi a lot of people haven’t seen yet,” said Harris.They’re going to start to see a lot more out of Remi the more his head gets into it and the more his confidence gets into it.”

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  • FNP

    This team is already ahead of where they were expected to be. They play good together and enjoy being around one another. Thats the same chemistry we had with the final four team.

  • mad hatter

    pass the kool-aid

    • Dave

      We're all out of green. You might find the green kool-aid on another page. I hear the Herd finally won a game at home against that powerhouse FIU. Who?

    • GoEers

      Poor mad hatter. He is so jealous of the FACT that WVU went to the NCAA tournament 5 of the past 6 years while his favorite team Marshall hasn't been to the NCAA tourney in 26 YEARS and has never...let me repeat... never won an NCAA tourney game. It's very easy to see why he is green with envy and totally obsessed with Bob Huggins.

      • mad hatter

        i am an eer for a long time,, but something stinks in morgantown and until it's cleaned out, we're gonna struggle.
        it seems we're all into mediocrity, and our goal is .500 and maybe an nit bid..

        if you guys and gals will settle for that, so be it,,, but i will continue to state my case, that we are a much better university and deserve better,,,
        for starters, why can't we hire a HC who has been an HC and achieved something,,, an OC is ok, but he's in overe his head.
        and huggie , fixem bob,, is struggling and whose fault is it,,, we can't blame beilein, it's on bad bob... i want wvu to win more than any of you, but you drink the kool aid and accept mediocrity,,, Not me , not now, not before and not in the future..

        • Barry

          I don't want to accept mediocrity either. It's funny, we beat a 1-6 Big 12 team and the Huggin's Supporters comes out like gang busters. Says alot about how desperate they are for anything positive.

          If we (and I hope that we do) beat K-State, then that will be saying something. I think everyone would agree Baylor was totally unimpressive.

          • mad hatter

            yes , i think we can hang our hats on a win over kstate, that could prove that we have finally learned our lessons and compete the entire game

        • Aaron

          You keep claiming Huggins is struggling. Where is he struggling? Can you communicate his deficiencies in depth?


          I'll give you some topics with some facts and then you feel free to elaborate.

          Has he failed in his recruiting? In recruiting? He's brought in at least 4 4-star recruits including respective Player of the Year from WV, MN and OH. With the exception of 3 players, it was HIS recruits that took WV to their first final 4 since Zeke from Cabin Creek, not John Beilien's as has been erroneously stated numerous times. He brought in the sleeper of the year in the Big East 2 years ago, a player many in the Big East media thought was NBA potential before he every played a minute in college. You can blame him for kids leaving the program but you cannot say he cannot recruits because the numbers prove you wrong.

          What else? Are you going to tell us he can no longer coach? Anyone who knows basketball at all knows that's not true. He has forgotten more about basketball than all of us on the board combined, including the author of this article has ever known. The man knows the game. He can tell players what to do, he just can't do it for them. To a player, I would venture my next 7 paychecks, not one who's ever played for him would state the man cannot coach.

          So please explain his struggles if you can.

          • mad hatter

            well, if he can recruit , then what has happened the last two or three yrs... where are they , are they producing, are we winning,,, that's kinda the proof of the pudding isn't it,, wins....
            or are we getting the talent , and bobby has lost his edge or has other priorities than teaching,,,,either way, the bottom line is, we aren't beating the good teams, and who do you blame that on?
            i say fix em bob has scads of knowledge, no doubt, but why is it that it isn't being communicated to the players in a manner that they use it and get better....

          • Barry

            For all the Huggins supporters, this is why some Mountaineer fans, including myself, are upset.

            Beilein brought WVU out of the basement and had tremendous success. Huggins took what Beilein started and continued that success, and I believe he does deserve credit (along with the players) for that success.

            Then, after going to the Final Four in 2010 the program has been in a constant decline, and the recruiting was sub-par at best after the Final Four run.

            Now I know that sometimes you have bad luck, but why did WVU and Huggins not build from this momentum? Why is this season (Huggins' 7th at WVU) a "rebuilding year"? Why have at least 8 former Mountaineers left this program prematurely? Why is "fixing it" running off most of your team from last year? If they weren't good players then, why did Huggins recruit them? Why does WVU and Huggins need to recruit felons or players that can't make the grade? Why would I root for a player next year that I wouldn't let my daughter talk to?

            These are all questions that some long time Mountaineer fans are asking, and have a right to ask.

            Now, I know that most everyone who reads these articles are expected to fulfill their job requirements/expectations. So why would we as supporters of WVU Sports. The people who by our support help pay the bills not be allowed to voice our concerns?

          • Aaron

            If he can't recruit, how do you account for the 4 star recruits? Your only response is that WVU is not winning. If winning is the only variable, then John Calapari and KY should have 5 or 6 national championships as he's had the #1 recruiting class how many years running?

            The problem is, you and the Barry's of the world want to hold Huggins responsible for a player who bust like Hinds who can in as a top 100 player nationally but never played to that level in college. You want to blame him because a player like Dan Jennings or Tommie McCune cannot handle the program in Morgantown and take their AAU mentality elsewhere. You want to blame him because the NCAA says an individual he speaks multiple languages but fails to qualify because English isn't his strong suit or because the health care staff refuses to clear a player.

            You say Huggins cannot recruit but that's simply not true. You've been proven wrong on that front time and again so enough of that fallacy.

            What you can't do is have an honest discussion about why this team is devoid of essentially it's Senior and Junior classes. Until you can do that, I (like most) see your comments for what they are.

        • GoEers

          yeah mad hater you want to win this week, but just the other day you posted a comment about how badly you wanted Baylor to beat WVU....you change your story every week in order to get attention

          you're just a jealous little brother marshall fan troll

          • BeaverSniffer

            He's two-faced. Bipolar. You know, he likes my pole and your pole. His post never make sense. He's either drunk, high, or just plain stupid. One thing thou, he knows nothing about basketball. McDonald's is calling him.

          • mad hatter

            never said i wanted baylor to beat us... never you lie

  • mad hatter

    i have heard that the coaching st aff are saying that we will finish in the top ten in recruiting this yr,, i think this is very good, we have five scholarships left , i am sure we'll spend them in a profitable manner.

  • Rich

    I really think Dibo and,to a lesser degree, Nathan Adrien are the keys to whether WVU can finish over.500 and secure an NIT bid. I believe if our (3) guards are ever "on" during the same game we can beat anybody. But they have yet to do that so that means that someone like Dibo and/or Adrien have to step up. Factor in that both are front line players that can help with rebounding (Adrien is effective blocking shots as weak side help defender) and they are both important pieces the rest of the season.

    • mad hatter

      if anyone needed to reshirt this yr , is adrian..now due to huggin's screwed up recruiting overthe last two yrs we had to play him,,,,someone needs to set huggins down and explain how to recruit good players with good character and good grades.
      now as for holton and macon, i understand they are majoring in underwater basket weaving.

      • shawn

        So Adrian doesn't have good character? HAHA schmuck. And if they get a degree from college what does it matter to you? Sounds like they should revoke yours.

        • mad hatter

          he seems like a good boy, but his lack of work ethic shows, and again, he's just a shooter,,, huggie needed to have time to break him of this ego thing, and teach him def.....ojt just is too slow, as is adrian

          • shawn

            Good Boy? Ok weirdo.

          • BeaverSniffer

            mad hatter - your post never make sense. U'r either drunk, high, or just plain stupid. One thing thou, you know nothing about basketball. McDonald's is calling.

      • tw eagle

        the basket weaving courses had been limited to the football program , I think . . . although I was unaware that this discipline had been expanded to include aquatic classrooms . . .

      • Aaron

        Good grades? Are you aware of something the rest of us aren't? It seems the NCAA doesn't agree with you. As reported in The Chronicle for Higher Education" recently.

        "At West Virginia University, the graduation-success rate for men's basketball was a perfect 100 percent. That's quite a turnaround for Coach Bob Huggins, who at one point had a zero-percent graduation rate while coaching at the University of Cincinnati."

        You can question their character if you like but you cannot say his kids are not going to class, getting grades and graduating.

        Well, you can but you will be wrong.

        • Aaron

          http://chronicle.com/article/Graduation-Rates-of-Football/135400/

          Sorry, I forgot that. Don't take my word for it.

          • GoEers

            Guys like Barry and mad hatter don't like facts. They like to drink the green kool-aid and belive that WVU's basketball team is in a state of desparation and dysfucntional when all they really are is a young team that is gaining experience and getting better with each game. You can provide all the facts that you want but they are going to believe what they want. Just rememeber you are debating 2 guys who truly believe Bob Huggins is a bad coach despite the fact that he has taken two different teams to the Final Four. More than likely their comment to that would be that he didn't win a national championship.

          • Aaron

            Debating woukd imply that they actually have a chance of proving me wrong and I sorry but given their comments, that's just not going to happen.

            When they post be erroneous tripe along the lines of "Huggins cannot recruit" or "Huggins cannot coach" I will continue to educate them with the facts.

  • tw eagle

    Dibo hasn't seemed to "get into" games till the opponent has banged him around some . . . in Europe , basketball is a non-contact sport and this fact probably leads the players into a show up but don't get emotionally involved in the contest . . . if you are going to play well , you must invest some emotion in the contest . . . Dibo's growth as a player for the Mountaineers could be enhanced by coach Huggins have Dibo work with a sport psychologist to speed up his adjustment to DI ball here in the states . . .

  • Dave

    If Remi could help out more on defense and rebounding it would be a big plus. He is shooting 40% from 3 and 42% overall. He is also an excellent free throw shooter. As someone else has mentioned, he displays great enthusiasm while on the bench. Remi has lots of potential.

  • mad hatter

    dibo just needs time,,, pt under huggie's system,, too bad he couldn't have been red shirted but huggie need help right now due to poor recruiting and running what was left, off.
    you can't have two down recruiting yrs and expect consistancy and production.. we have a decent base, but we're small , slow, and refuse to play defense.we're learning, game by game,, dibo was thrown to the wolves and we expected perfection,,, ain't gonna happen this fast, if he were a much better player, some other school would h ave got him,, we just can't recruit the talent level of the other big 12 schools,,,just look at our track record,,, ,, ex.. our fb recruiting class is ranked 8th in the big 12,, now tell me , how do we compete with the big boys when we have terrible recruiting,,,tell me

    • shawn

      its actually 6th in the Big 12 right now. Not bad considering its the state of WV. We actually have a better recruiting average than Tech but they just have more commits right now. Being 6th in the Big 12 and staying around 38 in the country isnt too shabby.

      • GoEers

        dude i know it's hard but just ignore mad hatter...you're responding to the same guy who made guarantees that WVU woud not win more than 13 games this year...now that he was totally off on that, he is finding other ways to bash the coach and players.

      • mad hatter

        actually dude, check scout.com dude, it's actually 8th and it's 47th and this certainly is nothing to brag about or more importantly, turn a program around that you just destroyed

        • GoEers

          You sure do know everything there is about WVU considering you are a Marshall fan. Us WVU fans sure do thank you for your support. You and all other Marshall trolls are the reason why WVU gets high tv ratings...high enough to be invited to join the Big 12. Thank you for your support!

          • mad hatter

            have i at any time said anything good about marsha,? never,, i don't like em , i don't like playing in anything with them , it just degrades our program,,, i never wanted to play them in football but manchin wanted to win an election and needed votes from fat city , so he made us play them,,,, we beat them over and over, our good yrs and our bad,,,
            so you'll never hear me talking up the green nation, but you'll hear me fighting for a better eer nation.

        • Aaron

          This years current class may rank 8th but to say he can't recruit is akin to saying Martha Steward can't cook and decorate. It's wrong and uttered in bias, ignorance or something other than the facts because his success in bringing in quality players is proven.

          I've touched on the 4 star recruits but there are a host of 3 star recruits that could have helped as well. David Nyarsuk, a 7'1 260 pound center originally recruited in 2010 was disqualified because the NCAA said he didn't meet entrance requirements. His problem was he didn't understand the test despite speaking 6 languages, he was not proficient in English.

          He's coming off a junior season at Cincinnati in which he shot 59%, blocked 30 shots and averaged almost 4 rebounds per game despite limited playing time, most notably due to Mick Cronin's offensive schemes.

          Anyone with any basketball IQ can look at Huggins recruiting classes understands that the complaint that he cannot recruit is baseless.

          Keep trying mad man because you don't know what you're talking about on recruiting.

          • mad hatter

            win just win,,, recruit all the four and five stars you would but it comes down to coaching, and winning,,,,we have no quality wins in bb over the last 2 and half yrs...none...even shawn can figure this one out.

          • Aaron

            Once again, you are wrong.

      • mad hatter

        anything you say, sicko,,, forgot your meds?

    • Dave

      I also think WVU is ranked 35th in recruiting this year in football.That's not too shabby. Actually it's quite good.

      • mad hatter

        dude, don't know where you're getting your stats but look at blue gold news, and it says 47th,,,, why you people look thru rose colored glasses, and run from the truth.
        Reality man, or rather dude,,, reality means what is actually true and happening now....sad.

        • shawn

          Actually if you look at rivals they are 6th in the Big 12 and 42 in the nation. Last night on the radio they said they would end up 38th in the country in recruiting.

          • mad hatter

            sure they said that, keep drinking that kool aid, and wear those blinders,,,, even 42th isn't anything to brag about and neither is 38th,,, you're just an everyday fool

        • shawn

          Ok Big Larry i will enjoy my day. I hope you enjoy your pitiful life that consists of sitting around pissing and moaning about what you dont have and who is making more than you.

          Huggs makes millions of dollars...get over it! These kids are playing Div. I basketball and having the time of their life....get over it!

          If you dont like WVU and all that surrounds it then move on. You are clearly not wanted or respected on here and I wish Allan would shut down the comment section of his articles.

          • stevewvu

            Mad Hater is the way he is because he never made anything of his life and is on welfare. He has so much hatred and jealousy of Bob Huggins that it eats him up inside. He is severely obsessed with everything WVU.

            Personally I think Mad Hater aka Big larry is a loser and tool bag.

          • The Wisetalker

            Real Smart...Just add wvu to Steve and you're a different person? I think not.

            So far, you are Steve, stevewvu, shawn and GoEers...

            Who will it be next...WVUollie?

            Please...enough is enough.

          • mad hatter

            you're such a sad sad person , you believe anything any one says,,, you accept mediocrity and think nothing about it..if you don't like someone wanting more for wvu, you should move on, you're a typical one eyed mutant hill billy who hasn't a clue.

    • tw eagle

      it's not bad recruiting , it's location . . . TTU is located in (where?) texas . . . the hotbed of football their coffers will fill up before the overflow might even consider WVU as a last resort to playing in the XII . . . West Virginia does not have the numbers of young men playing football at a high enough level to fill a 25 man team each year . . . the current coaching staff is doing quite well (probably the best so far in my limited scope) in getting young men to enroll at WVU to play ball . . .and you should remember that the recruiting numbers are skewed just as badly as the officiating I , and maybe you have seen in the XII during the last two weeks of BB played by WVU . . . it's not the BS numbers , but the results that count . . . once coach Holgerson & his staff realize that WVU
      (in auto parlance) is a Ford roadster with a flathead V-8 and not a high rev , high output European sports car , he'll adjust his strategy & game plans to match them with the team and culture that WVU is and represents . . .

      • mad hatter

        so how many yrs does it take holgie and how many millions do we have to pay him to learn on the job...

        seems there might have been a HC out there someplace who could have took the job and never missed a beat. The proof in the pudding is called wins... we aint getting em.... we aint progressing,,, we aren't getting better, this relates to football,,, just look at our last two games,,,sad.

        • stevewvu

          I think this article was about Remi Dibo and not WVU football. If you have an issue with the football program then I'll make things real simple for you:

          Don't buy tickets
          Don't go to the games
          Don't watch the games on tv
          Don't read the articles about the football team

          and Don't post comments

    • GoEers

      ask Baylor in basketball and Oklahoma St,. in football

      • mad hatter

        yes , just ask iowa sta. and kstate.. and look at the worst beat down in yrs by baylor....

  • jowettusmc

    This summer these players need to go out and do some street ball playing. The street boys would teach them some toughness.

  • William101

    Remi helped secure the road victory vs. Baylor. He's a likeable guy, always cheering from the bench, if he's not in the game. I'd really like to see him emerge as a dependable player who helps us win.

    • shawn

      That is one thing you notice. Remi does get behind his team no matter what. I've never seen the guy pout on the bench and thats saying alot considering last years debacle.

      • mad hatter

        so he's a cheerleader, he needs to get with the girls and do back flips,,
        seriously,, remi never in his life played def... he's a gunner and egotist,, because where he played before he was a scorer and never was expected to play def....and it's hard to change these types...that's why a yr red shirt would have benefited him hugely,,, is that a word?...

        • shawn

          The way you talk about Remi makes me feel like you are a little infatuated with him. Actually, it seems like you have some sort of weird obsession with all of the players. Must be that Herd in you. 5 winning seasons out of the last 12 years will do that to you i guess.

          • mad hatter

            you keep bragging up marsha, making me believe you're actually a troll from fat city and can't stand it when we beat you every yr in bb and are undefeated against you in fb.

          • shawn

            Fat city? Oh yea thats where your mother was born. They named it after her.

        • Jay

          When I see "mad hatter" I envision Les Miles sitting in his basement thinking of stuff to write on a comment board. Eat some more grass and stop smoking so much of it.

          • mad hatter

            when i see jay i see pee wee herman setting in a movie enjoying himself

          • shawn

            Mad Hatter you still mad bro?

          • stevewvu

            mad hater plays the little brother role quite well...hey mad hater why are you such a deusche bag marshall troll??

  • Jim Moltzer

    First of all, junior college is nothing compare to Div 1 BB. He hardly played any defense and no blocking out rebounding in JC. Potential ? Have you seen his video highlights? He is a great shooter and good touch to the ball. His passing skills looks good. He is just still learning to play this game the way Coach Huggins wants him to play. He is getting better or else he would be on the bench. Like I said before he can shoot and knock down shots and he can take the ball to the rim. He needs to be more physical blocking out and rebounding. I think that he is learning to give more effort and when you thinking about what to do ... well you are a step or two slow. I like what Harris said that you have not seen the real Dibo yet. I hope that he can turn it up a notch to help ... we need his effort and scoring to upset the big boys in the Big 12. LET'S GO AND BEAT K-STATE!

  • Brew4WVU

    A negative article from WVRC mouthpiece Alan Taylor go figure. Everytime Taylor is on the Statewide sports line with Brad "Mr. Negative" Howe he has nothing good to say about any Mountaineer players or coach regardless of the sport.

  • jay ziehm

    potential my butt. If he had this problem in junior college why did Huggins recruit him. maybe Oliver recommended him. one or two games a season is not enough in the big 12. as Dana would say wait until next year YEAH RIGHT.

    • Kevin F.

      I think that is the very definition of "potential" Jay Ziehm. We know he is cablable of scoring 13+ pts in a game, we just dont see it often. If you son/daughter scored 13 pts in one game, then went 10-12 games and did it again, would you say he/she has potential? Or would you say they are terrible and shouldn't be playing?

    • Concerned

      Yep. I'm sure Oliver helped recruit him. Lmao.

      • GoEers

        Yeah I was thinking the same thing! This Jay Z character is obvioulsy a jealous troll.

        • mad hatter

          and he seems to know what he is saying

    • GoEers

      Hey Jay Z why do you care so much? You're not a WVU fan so why do you read the articles and then post the most negative things you can think of?

      • The Wisetalker

        Oh pipe down Steve...I mean Shawn...

        • shawn

          Who is steve? i still dont know who you are talking about.

          • GoEers

            shaen i don;t know you and i don;t know steve...wise talker is well knowd...he uses at least one other name..BIG Larry...any one else notice Big Larry isn't showing up anymore?? that's becuause i called him out on his real name which is Lawrence Tomas...so wise talker it would be best to go away for awhile and use another name as this one was too easy to figure out...ahve a nice day Lawrence

          • shawn

            Man thats some detective work right there.

        • The Wisetalker

          Shawn, Steve, & GoEers the one in the same WVU paid Troll who wishes to control this forum with all the exact same pro WVU rhetoric...

          Over & Over again its the same foolish nonsense so it doesn't take Rocket Science to figure it out.

          Anyone who opposes them is a Marshall fan, Tom, Larry, Hatter, William, Lawrence or whoever else they don't like.

          Freedom of speech is null & void with only their opinion that must be heard.

          If you call them out, they Boo Hoo and cry like 2 year olds.

          It is no wonder the WVU fan base is falling away...

          This is what Ollie's Follies has produced and it is here to stay for a long, long time.

          • GoEers

            Only person crying is you Lawrence! Big win by Marshall last night. Hey how's everything in conference usa? I guess their AD was asleep at the wheel during conference realignment.

          • GoEers

            Are you still mad because I figured out that you were Big Larry and that your real life name is Lawrence Tomas aka the biggest tool bag alive?

            And by the way, I'm just GoEers! WVU is the team I am a fan of and the only team I care to post about. I remember over the summer time you said you were a Marshall fan, and then Marshall's bball team started losing so you claimed to be a Kentucky fan. The only thing you are is a jealous pathetic Marshall troll. Enjoy Lawrence...you got a bright future ahead of you!!

          • The Wisetalker

            That's pretty weak you big Cry Baby...

            As I have stated repeatedly I could give a flip about Marshall.

            Don't you know your mommie says you have to take your meds everyday...otherwise you become delusional?

            You have some serious issues dude...and quit calling me Lawrence...

            oh...one more thing...

            "There are some people who are wise...and there are others who are...otherwise..."

            That would be you...the "otherwise"

          • scott

            sure hope so

          • mad hatter

            agreed and shawn professes to be a long term eer,,, i doubt that, it's easy to determine his iq is somwhere in the 70 range,, and he continues to drink the kool aid,,, never realizing that just maybe we have some problems on and off the court..

          • KeatonsCorner

            Larry Jeffords aka Wisetalker is a crumpled old man who lives in Huntington and has nothing left in life but to troll WVU message boards.

            He also uses the alias Lawrence Tomas, from which he writes these whack-job manifesto's on Facebook about false prophets inhabiting the Earth.....

    • Don

      FYI, I believe that Remi originally had a scholarship offer from Kentucky when he would have been a freshman. But they with withdrew it to give it to one of their famous one-and-done players.

  • richard

    potential is there. he just has to put more effort and heart into his game.

  • In da stickes

    The Algerian Assassin needs to pick up his game if we are to be competitive for the rest of this murderous schedule. #HailWV

  • Billy

    No doubt he has potential, would really help if he would inprove some every game.

    • mad hatter

      this man should be an all american this yr... i mean look at him,,, if he played more he'd be averaging possibility 25 pts a game,, pulling down 13 rebounds a game
      give me a break, this guy is a gunner , and i like it,,, leave noreen and adrian on the bench, this guy will lead us out of darkness into fix it bob's promised land... how can we fail when we recruit gifted players like this and set the nets on fire every single game.