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Feb.
6th

Quoting Lorenzo Romar after UW’s loss at Utah

FROM SALT LAKE CITY — Before we get into Lorenzo Romar’s postgame diagnosis of Washington’s 78-69 loss to Utah here on Thursday night, we have a couple of injury notes to pass along.

Romar said neither ailment is all that serious, but Andrew Andrews (ankle) and Nigel Williams-Goss (hip) missed practice the last two days while dealing with their respective injuries.

Both played on Thursday. Williams-Goss (19 points, 8-for-17 shooting in 35 minutes) fared better than Andrews (two points, 1-for-12 shooting with six assists in 35 minutes).

Romar said Williams-Goss was “heavily padded” to protect his hip, but obviously not so much that it was noticeable.

Here’s the rest of what Romar said afterward: Read more »

Jan.
17th

Lorenzo Romar says he may have over-coached before UW’s loss at Cal

FROM STANFORD — During his between-game session with reporters at Maples Pavilion on Friday, Washington coach Lorenzo Romar said “over-coaching” might be partially to blame for his team’s poor defensive performance in an 82-56 loss at California.

Cal shot 55 percent from the field and scored in a variety of ways — dribble drives, post-ups, 3-pointers — in UW’s worst defensive game of the Pac-12 season.

The Huskies might have been thinking too much, Romar said. Read more »

Jan.
14th

A few notes from Lorenzo Romar’s appearance on Pac-12 teleconference

Lorenzo Romar appears each week on the Pac-12 coaches’ teleconference. Here’s a summary of what he said today …

— Romar was asked about California’s apparent improvement this season. He said he thinks it’s been triggered by the progression of players like Justin Cobbs, the reigning Pac-12 Player of the Week, and Richard Solomon, who leads the conference in rebounding.

Romar said Cobbs is “playing with a lot of confidence,” and that Solomon has become “one of their go-to guys. The toughness he’s playing with right now has been really good.” Read more »