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February 3, 2007 at 1:09 PM

Romar: We didn’t compete

The post-game interviews are over following what was the second-worst loss of the Lorenzo Romar era.
And the coach had a simple explanation for Arizona’s 84-54 win here Saturday —“Our inability to compete at our highest level.”
Romar said several times the Huskies simply failed to play as hard as the Wildcats. “I thought we would compete much harder,” he said.
Romar cited Artem Wallace, who scored a career-high 12 and led the Huskies, as the one player who really did play hard.
As for why the team would come out that way in a game of this magnitude, Romar said “I don’t know.”

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