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July 31, 2010


A few weeks ago, Penn State was spinning that Joe Paterno had missed significant alumni functions because of a bad reaction to some medicine.

West Virginia has determined that this is the way to go to explain Bob Huggins and 7 broken ribs in Vegas.

West Virginia University basketball Coach Bob Huggins had taken medication on an empty stomach before he was injured in a fall in his hotel room last week, Athletic Director Oliver Luck said Thursday.

“He said he kind of stood up quickly and apparently had a bit of lightheadedness and tripped – and I don’t know if he tripped, per se – but he fell down and hit the edge of a table,” said Luck, who has had frequent contact with Huggins since his coach was hurt one week ago in Las Vegas.

Medicine? Medicine for what?


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