MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – With the West Virginia win over Clemson on Sunday night, head coach Bob Huggins holds the No. 4 most winningest coaches spot all to himself.
— Mountaineer Athletic Club (@WVU_MAC) November 22, 2021
The West Virginia native collected win No. 904.
Huggins shared the spot with Roy Williams for less than 24 hours.
“I’m not going to quit until I beat Roy in something,” Huggins joked on Thursday.
Now, Huggins will eye Jim Calhoun’s spot at No. 3, with 920 wins. Calhoun retired on Thursday, at the age of 79, stepping down from Saint Joseph’s. Huggins will need 17 more wins to pass Calhoun.