We just allowed their offense to attack us, and we made fouls.
Those observations are pretty much universal, based on what I've heard from other players who have seen him.
We had stages where we picked up the pace of our play. But we've got too many things going against us, and our margin of error is too thin to have to play the game that way. We need to be on point with everything we do, on every single possession, especially in this league.
It's running harder off screens. It's setting better screens. It's paying attention to detail. It's all the things we talk about every single day.
Like I've said 100 times, it's never pleasing to lose. We didn't do the things we needed to win tonight. We have poor execution. Back door cuts, post ups, it was just a lack of execution.
You can't be all things to all people. I'm sure if Herb had his way, he'd like to have more rebounds. But when you spread the court like that, and you have more perimeter players, you do give up something.
We won't know until practice time [Friday] or later what [his] status will be. I haven't had an assessment.
My congratulations go out to the Maryland basketball program and especially to head coach Gary Williams. There are only a few storied and tradition-laden programs in America. When you can call yourself the best at one of those schools, that's something that is not handed out often. He coaches with energy and passion. ... I admire him.
We got real stagnant and started sitting in our zone. We weren't guarding people in our area, and they were attacking, and we didn't respond to that challenge. . . . The assignments that we were taking care of the first 30 minutes, we just forgot about the last 10.
It has been a very good rivalry, but it seems to be a pretty special rivalry right now because both teams are ranked in the top 20.
I'm no fool. I understand how important guard play is.