UPDATE 01/09/20 @ 6:05 p.m.
West Virginia Men's basketball coach Bob Huggins was fined $10,000 by the Big 12 earlier this week after he referred to the referees as "three blind mice" in his postgame interview after the Kansas loss.
The West Virginia community didn't really like that, so a fan started a GoFundMe page to pay for the fine for Huggins.
Huggins will pay for the fine, so the organizer, Matt Alton, is instead trying to match the fine of $10,000 to donate to Huggins' foundation, the Norma Mae Huggins Endowment Fund.
The page has raised $925 so far.
West Virginia will host Texas Tech on Saturday.
The GoFundMe page is attached to the right of this article.
The Big 12 has fined West Virginia Men's basketball head coach Bob Huggins $10,000 for his postgame comments after West Virginia's loss to Kansas.
“Coach Huggins’ comments following the West Virginia vs. Kansas basketball game violate the Big 12 Conference’s sportsmanship policy,” said Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby. “Because this is Coach Huggins’ third such incident, a public reprimand and a fine of $10,000 is appropriate.”
"I can't control what those three blind mice running around out there do," Huggins said on his postgame radio show Saturday.