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November 22, 2007 at 5:22 PM

Romar takes blame

Steve Kelley here, still sittin’ in for Condotta in New York.
Washington coach Lorenzo Romar took the blame for the Huskies going away from junior forward Jon Brockman in the second half of Wednesday’s loss to Texas A&M in the semifinals of the NIT Preseason Tipoff.
“We need somebody else to come in and help him,” Romar said. “Texas A&M did a lot to keep him out of the game, but we went away from Jon a little bit and you can blame me for that. They were concentrating on Jon so much and [Joe] Wolfinger knocked down a couple of shots, but we probably should have gone back to Jon even though they were very effective doubling him and fronting him.”
The Huskies struggled again from three-point range. Wolfinger was 2 for 6. The rest of the team was 0 for 7. In the early season, Washington has made 19 of 55.

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