What Mark Few said after Gonzaga's shocking loss: 'They guarded Drew (Timme) physically'

SPOKANE - Mark Few was not happy after No. 6 Gonzaga's loss to Loyola Marymount on Thursday night. The Lions came into the McCarthey Athletic Center and pushed the Zags

around for 40 minutes, outrebounding them 38-29 and leaving town with a 68-67 win. LMU's victory snapped Gonzaga's 75-game home winning streak, the eighth longest streak in

Division I men's college basketball history.TAKEAWAYS: COMEBACK KIDS COME UP SHORT Loyola Marymount held national player of the year candidate Drew Timme to 17 points and 7

rebounds while Michael Graham, a bench player for the Lions, led all players with 10 rebounds in just 20 minutes. LMU's 6-foot-2 point guard Cam Shelton also outrebounded

Timme, grabbing 9 boards to go along with his game-high 27 points.  Here's a snapshot of what Few had to say after the game. Watch the video for his full comments: Few

on the physical play: "They played us really physical and had some athletes that protected the rim," said Few. Few on being outrebounded: “Just big, strong

physical dudes just shoving us out of the way and grabbing it,” Few said of LMU’s ability to rebound. Few on Cam Shelton: “He’s a really good player. He’s great with

the ball,” Few said. “He’s one of the leading scorers in the league. He’s strong and has a lot of freedom.”