After the game, Cal didn’t have many positive things to say. In fact, the only good news he could find was that the rest of the teams that needed to win seemed to be loosing as well: “I just hope we’re the best of the bad.”
The Cats had a golden opportunity to solidify their tournament resume and punch their ticket. Instead, they “laid an egg,” according to Cal: “It was in our hands and we didn’t take care of business.”
The worst offender? Ryan Harrow, who Cal singled out for poor lay: “We had one guy (Harrow) go 2 for 15 and missed 12 layups.”
Hard to argue with.