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Sadder, wiser Huskies conclude ASU practice

Post by Don Ruiz / The News Tribune on Jan. 30, 2009 at 1:21 pm with No Comments »
January 30, 2009 1:21 pm

What seemed to be an extra-long practice for the Huskies today actually turned out to be a normal practice that ended late because it started late.


After running his team through an hour and 20 minute practice on the ASU campus today, coach Lornezo Romar said he hopes the results of last night’s loss to Arizona got his team’s attention by itself.


“Sometimes it’s not a harder workout, sometimes it’s film, sometimes its talking to,” he said. “We learned a valuable lesson last night. We said from the first day of practice, we’re just not good enough to go out and play cool.”


He also added that today’s practice is one of the most important of the season because of how different the Sun Devils are from the Wildcats.


“There could be no distractions at this practice today because we’ve got really a day to prepare for a team that plays totally different than the one we played last night,” he said. “So, in terms of paying attention to defense, it’s very important.”

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