"I'll look at it, figure it out," Izzo said. "(It's) something for me to put in my computer and say, you know what, 'We've kind of played everybody.' Now, you know what, We (really) have played everybody. That was a new team for me. We haven't played anybody who brought that kind of pressure in a zone. "It is a hard thing to simulate. I keep going back to that. That was our biggest problem."Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo on Louisville's "zone" defense and how it was able to force more turnovers (15) than made field goals (14).