The Zags shot 52 percent for the game even after a rough start offensively. Gonzaga missed 11 of its first 12 shots, but shot 65.8 percent the rest of the way.
Statistically, WVU was outrebounded 38-36 and had nearly twice as many turnovers (20-12) while shooting 27.3 percent from the field and 11.5 percent on 3-pointers.
Outside the numbers, Aaron Brown and Murray were taunted by the crowd after airballs. WVU turned it over in the first half because of a 5-second violation on an inbounds pass coming out of a timeout, and in the second half the Mountaineers let the shot clock expire without showing a sense of urgency to hoist an attempt.
"We didn't compete," Huggins said. "That's what bothers me more than anything."
Murray, making his WVU debut, was the only Mountaineer in double figures with 14. Jabarie Hinds had 9 points and he and Murray combined to shoot 9-for-18 from the field. The rest of the team combined to miss 31 of 37 shots.
Gonzaga had five finish in double figures: Gary Bell Jr. (15), Guy Landry Edi (14), Kevin Pangos (13), Elias Harris (11) and Mike Hart (10).
Huggins said the team will have Tuesday and Wednesday off before starting preparations for the Old Spice Classic in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., next week. WVU plays Marist on Nov. 22 in the event.