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 »
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 »
Our video-palooza continues with some basketball content. Here’s UW coach Lorenzo Romar answering questions about the Marv Harshman patch his players will wear on their uniforms the rest of the season, the team’s defense, and tomorrow’s game against Utah.