ANAHEIM, Calif. – Gonzaga guard Josh Perkins said he'll never forget his late technical foul in Saturday's 75-69 loss to Texas Tech in the Elite Eight
Gonzaga was down 71-69 with 11 seconds to play at the Honda Center when Perkins Perkins was in violation of NCAA Rule 7, Section 6, Article 9b, which states, "No
Texas Tech retained possession, and red.
Texas Tech retained possession, and Red. Raiders guard Jarrett Culver made both of his free throws after he was fouled by Jeremy Jones, extending Texas Tech's lead to 75-69.
"He was ball-faking a lot," Perkins said about Mooney's throw-in. "I thought it was ball-faked right in front of me and, I guess, instinctually, I just reached it. Bonehead play. [It̵
Mark Few , however, focused on the positive with Perkins and his contributions to the program on his successful career.
"I mean, we can write a book on Perk and Perk and I, but list: The amount of growth that has occurred during his five years in our program and every facet of his life is all about coaching is all about and what playing college basketball is all about, "Few said after the game. "He's a lot more mature player, much better player now, and have been an incredible program and had an incredible run with him at the helmet."