Casey Mitchell appeared out of nowhere to take over West Virginia's top scoring duties this season, but he seems intent on trying to make himself disappear just as quickly. He was suspend indefinitely by Mountaineers coach Bob Huggins for undisclosed team rules violations.

It would be difficult to find a shining moment for Mitchell last year. He was just a minor contributor during the Mountaineers' run to the Final Four, but the former JuCo standout was leading West Virginia with 16.6 points per game this season.

Mitchell, who torched Georgetown for 28 points on Jan. 8, might still play again, given he didn't miss a game after also getting suspended "indefinitely" in October.

Clearly, the Huggins mind works in mysterious ways, but things are unraveling in Morgantown despite wins in five of the last six games. Forward Dan Jennings -- who literally walked away from the West Virginia bench Saturday -- has left the team, leaving the Mountaineers (13-5, 4-2 Big East) with just eight scholarship players.