Bob Huggins Honored by State of West Virginia for Hall of Fame Enshrinement
West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins was honored in Charleston, W.Va. on Tuesday for his Basketball Hall of Fame enshrinement. Huggins was officially enshrined back in September.
Huggins was able to get a picture with Governor of West Virginia Jim Justice and Babydog.
Honored to be in Charleston today 📜#HailWV pic.twitter.com/L3wHsNDNgW
— WVU Men's Basketball (@WVUhoops) January 17, 2023
Huggins became the third WVU alumni to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. The first two Mountaineer alumni, Jerry West and Rod Thorn, presented Huggins with his enshrinement in September.
Huggins has won 926 career games spanning five coaching tenures at Walsh College, Akron, Cincinnati, Kansas State, and West Virginia. Huggins returned to his alma mater in 2007, taking the Mountaineers to their second Final Four in school history in 2010. He is the second in all-time coaching wins at WVU, with 336 wins.