"Against Penn State, we got a little selfish and didn't allow ourselves to play within the offense the way that it should be played," he said Wednesday. "Good ball movement, getting to the right spots, our decision-making was fairly poor. We took some shots that we knew we didn't want to take – whether it was shot location or areas from where we shot the ball. They just weren't good decisions, and a lot of times with the ball movement, we didn't make good decisions there. We saw some good things on film that we did, but we also saw some possible goals that we left on the field. So we definitely learned a lot from the film, and I think that's something we can clean up. We had opportunities. We just have to maximize them."