During his press conference on Tuesday, ASU coach Herb Sendek was in full character.
It hit him Monday night.
Probably thanks to some 13-year-old kid playing Playstation.
The ASU men and women’s basketball teams took opposite trips across the national polls on Monday.
He was closer to the emblem at mid-court than he was to the 3-point line.
He hadn’t made a shot since the onset of the game, missing nine after that.
It wasn’t meant to be.
With the Pac-10 Conference lead up for grabs, the No. 14 ASU men’s basketball team lost a 73-70 overtime heartbreaker to No. 21 Washington in Seattle.