We've already discussed the play late in the UW-UCLA game where Tim Morris retained possession for his team by throwing the ball into the face of Bruins defender Alfred Aboya.
UW says the play was defensible, and the Pac-10 says the play was legal, but not surprisingly, UCLA sees it differently ... including the Wizard of Westwood, John Wooden. Here's a story from the LA Times.
POSTSCRIPT: We asked Romar about those comments today, knowing the respect he has for Coach Wooden. Not surprisingly, Romar did not second-guess or contradict the Wizard, instead calling him "The wisest man I know." Romar also had praise for the kind of guy that Tim Morris is, and added that if he believed Morris did it intentionally, he and Morris would have a problem. Completing the praise circle, Romar also had kind words for Aboya and for UCLA coach Ben Howland.
We also got a few minutes with Morris, and I'll click back in with some of his thoughts later.