Point guard Kevin Pangos averages 19.8 points and 4.3 assists per game and has made 32 of 64 3-point shots. Forward Sam Dower averages 15.3 points and 7.2 rebounds and is making 62.8 percent of his shots. Guard Gary Bell, Jr., averages 13.8 points and has made 26 of 48 3-point attempts. Coleman averages 11 points.
Coleman is one of three players who give Gonzaga offense off the bench. Drew Barnham averages 6.9 points and shoots 44.4 percent from 3-point range while Kyle Dranginis averages 6.8 points and shoots 47.6 percent from 3-point range.
The Bulldogs make 47.6 percent of their 3-point shots, but are also shooting 54.9 percent from the floor and can play big with the 6-foot-9, 245-pound Dower and 7-1, 295-pound Przemek Karnowski, who averages 8.9 points and 7.6 rebounds and has made 30 of 47 shots this season.
WVU, which has lost its only games this season against teams from the power conferences, has lost 13 straight and 17 of 20 to ranked opponents. The last win against a ranked team was at home against No. 9 Georgetown in January 2012.
"I'm not so much worried about winning and losing," Harris said. "At the end of the game, I want to know I gave it my all and I want my teammates to know they gave it their all. If my teammates give their all and if I do, if we collectively give our all, there's nobody we can't beat.
"If we do what we're supposed to do this game with a packed crowd, hopefully we'll have that the rest of the year."
The Mountaineers, meanwhile, are a different team with only five players from last year's loss and one that picked itself up in the second half against Missouri and cut the lead to six points in the final minute of an 80-71 loss.
"If that was a year ago," Huggins said, "we probably would have lost by 35."
Harris, who himself looks to rebound from a game in which he was 3-for-6 and scored a season-low eight points, leads the team and is second in the Big 12 in scoring at 18.9 per game. Juwan Staten (16.4) is fifth in the Big 12 in scoring and leads in assists (7.22) and minutes (35.33) per game and in assist-turnover ratio (4.64). The Mountaineers are No. 7 nationally in 3-point percentage (44.1) and No. 30 in points per game (83.6).
"We have more guys who can make shots now," Huggins said. "I think what they did to us in Pittsburgh (in 2012) was they did a great job taking away things we really relied on with K.J. They did a great job taking that away, and when other guys don't make shots, it makes it awfully hard. I think we have more people who make shots now than what we've had."
Contact sportswriter Mike Casazza at mi...@dailymailwv.com or 304-319-1142. His blog is at blogs.charlestondailymail.com/wvu.