Tom Izzo still isn’t letting it go. After Michigan State dropped a 68-57 game to Maryland in the B1G Tournament on Thursday, the head coach still expressed frustration over the way the game was officiated.

In the first half of Thursday’s game, Izzo picked up a technical foul after multiple calls went against the Spartans. He was quick to criticize the officiating crew during his halftime interview with Big Ten Network’s Andy Katz and didn’t hold much back in the postgame presser, either.

Michigan State built an early 23-11 lead and appeared to be cruising to a win. But Maryland responded with a 23-7 run to close the half and take a 34-30 advantage into the locker room. Izzo says that the frequent whistles disrupted his team’s flow.

When it came to the technical foul, Izzo pointed the finger at himself. He took blame and said he needed to do a better job of keeping his emotions in control.

Michigan State was called for 23 total fouls and Maryland was whistled for 19. The Terrapins did shoot 10 more free throws in the game, finishing the afternoon making 20-of-28 attempts. The Spartans were 9-of-18 from the line.

With the loss, Michigan State fell to 15-12 on the season and will have to wait until Selection Sunday to see if it earned a bid into the NCAA Tournament.