Local Car Dealership Steps Up to Help Keep WVU Basketball Team Together

Toothman Ford has announced they are teaming up with incoming basketball transfers Kerr Kriisa and RaeQuan Battle.  

MORGANTOWN, West Virginia — When Bob Huggins announced that he was resigning as the head coach at West Virginia, it was rumored that several key members were considering transferring from the team.

Kerr Kriisa, a 6’3 guard who averaged 9.9 points and 5.1 assists per game for the Arizona Wildcats, and RaeQuan Battle, a 6’5 guard who averaged 17.7 points and 2.9 rebounds per game at Montana State, were considered to be two players that could potentially re-consider their decision.

However, Toothman Ford, a local car dealership who has several NIL deals with current and former Mountaineers, has one again come to the rescue, announcing a partnership with both Kriisa and Battle!

Toothman Ford posted the following message on social media today: “Don’t worry folks, we are pulling together to keep this team together! Welcome to the Mountain State, Kerr Kriisa and RaeQuan Battle! Let’s give them a warm Mountaineer Welcome!”

This is a huge deal for the future of West Virginia basketball! Thanks again, Toothman Ford, for being one of the few businesses in the state to step up and offer deals to West Virginia University student-athletes!