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Rochestie calls his play against Gonzaga 'selfish'

Taylor Rochestie listens to coach Tony Bennet during Wednesday's game against Gonzaga Taylor Rochestie listens to coach Tony Bennet during Wednesday's game against Gonzaga
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PULLMAN, Wash. - After struggling mightily against Gonzaga on Wednesday, senior guard Taylor Rochestie put a lot of the blame on himself, calling his own play "selfish".

Rochestie, who's been in a shooting slump this season, shot just 2-of-11 from the field against Gonzaga. 

"We were pretty disrespectful to our coaching staff, and kind of our system that was implemented to us, because we didn't play with the right kind of juice and the right kind of poise and the right kind of soundness that we're taught every day in practice.  And that's offensively and defensively.

It's not like Rochestie had a lot of help, though.  As a team, the Cougars turned the ball over 14 times and shot just 33 percent.  It was WSU's worst loss under Tony Benett.
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