It’s catchy and clever, this whole Press Virginia nickname. Certainly, it’s worthy. West Virginia’s style of play is as much its calling card as that natty black windbreaker is coach Bob Huggins’ signature, er, style. But the moniker also comes with an implication, this idea that the Mountaineers win games because they cause disruption and mayhem, with the ball flying all over the court in their wake. Press Virginia, in other words, is simply VCU’s HAVOC renamed. Except that isn't right -- at least not entirely. Sure, WVU forced Manhattan into a 40-turnover fetal position, but its press is more marathon than sprint, a wear-the-opponent-into-submission force of will that, when it works, leaves a mark.