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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- During the course of two blowout victories, No. 19 West Virginia emptied its bench and coasted through sloppy stretches.Only two members of the Mountaineers (2-0) played 20 minutes in each game as coach Bob Huggins experimented with various groupings, paying particular interest to the progress of six freshmen. He used all 14 available players in Mondays 107-66 romp against Mississippi Valley State, with only guard Daxter Miles sitting out with an extended illness.When you play that many guys its hard to be sharp, Huggins said. Were going to have to limit the rotation, but at least those two games were a good chance to see what players can do -- or not do.After starting 65 games the previous two seasons, Miles is not expected back for Sunday afternoons game against New Hampshire (2-1), a mid-major program coming off an erratic week. The Wildcats stunned Temple 57-52, only to come crashing down Thursday during a 65-57 home loss to Abilene Christian.Theres a right way to lose and theres a wrong way to lose, and we lost the wrong way, said UNH coach Bill Herrion.I saw it right from the beginning. We had a couple of opportunities early to attack the rim and make layups, and we were just flipping the ball nonchalantly and not going up strong.Guard Jaleen Smith (18 points, 9.7 rebounds) ignited New Hampshires second-half rally against Abilene Christian, and complements the inside-out skills of forward Tanner Leissner (14.3 points,10 rebounds).West Virginia, with its full-court press turning many possessions into scrambles, generates points from a number of angles, including forward Nathan Adrian (14 points, 8. 5 rebounds) and guard Jevon Carter (10 points, five assists). Six other players are averaging 8.5 points or more so far, though Huggins hasnt been pleased with the defensive intensity.A 64-28 halftime lead on Mississippi Valley State gave way to lethargic moments over the final 20 minutes, leaving Huggins to grouse.Id like for us to play 40 minutes, he said. What the good teams here have learned is that when you get somebody on the mat you try to keep them there. You dont let them up and say Lets try this again. This team hasnt learned that.Sundays matchup opens the NIT Tipoff, an event that will take West Virginia to Brooklyn during Thanksgiving weekend for games against Illinois and then Florida State or Temple.Huggins cautioned his team not to overlook UNH, which is building off the programs first 20-win season.New Hampshires good, he said. Theyre not Illinois, obviously, and theyre not Florida State, theyre not Virginia -- but theyre pretty good.We kinda didnt get ready for 2/3 zone a couple years ago and almost lost to Monmouth. 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Melbourne Victory could face the same fate as fellow A-League bad boys Western Sydney Wanderers after supporters let off a flare in Saturday nights Melbourne derby.Active supporters ripped the flare in response to Luke Brattans goal for Melbourne City in the second half of their 4-1 drubbing to Melbourne City.Both Victory and Wanderers - whose supporters let off two flares in last weekends Sydney derby - were placed on notice by FFA to improve fan behaviour.The two clubs were handed fines and a suspended three-point deduction for bad supporter behaviour in February this year.The Wanderers had their probation period extended by FFA in response to the Sydney derby last week, and it remains to be seen whether Victory will suffer the same fate.Despite repeated warnings from police and clubs that fans behave, four supporters were arrested and 13 evicted from Melbournes Etihad Stadium.There weree several incidents of concern, police spokeswoman Anthoula Moutis said.ddddddddddddOne flare was released inside the stadium, another outside before the match began and two more after the game.The person who lit the flare inside the stadium was identified and will face charges, she told AAP on Sunday.Police were happy with the overall behaviour of the crowd at tonights match, however were disappointed by the behaviour of a few.Three others were arrested in relation to assault, criminal damage and hindering police offences.Police say the 13 evicted from the match was because of drunk and anti-social behaviour.Players from both teams warned spectators that flares were damaging the game in a video message shown on the big screens before kick-off and at halftime. 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