You can't get down in this district. We started 0-2 and that makes it hard. You can't ever give up.
We set goals for 20 wins and the playoffs. We accomplished it. We have something to build on now.
The sheer hustle of our team is what helped us pull away. We didn't play that well. We do have a lot of depth and hope somewhere between the third and fourth period that begins to show.
I guess I wanted this team to be thought of as scrappy and as not ever giving up. You have to establish yourself. I like the type of team I have.
We have trouble getting 40 points in a game sometimes.
I think in the years following Enron, investors were feeling bruised, and there was a lot of impatience. But there have been a lot of corporate governance reforms at a lot of companies so the edge has gone off in a lot of ways.
I think the confidence and optimism are there. I think they are really starting to believe. Confidence is something that always comes from within. I think they have it.
I heard her shout that she was good for 16. I told Simone I was going to hold her to it. She said, 'Coach, I'm good for it.' We have a lot of personality on this team.
This is a very resilient team. You have to give the girls credit for not getting down early. The confidence we have is such a nice thing. We feed off each other.
Have some idea of how much you want to spend when you go into a contract with anyone. Allow approximately 10 to 20 percent of new housing costs for landscaping. Over 20 percent and you probably won't recoup the money invested.
I don't know how you can characterize the tone at the top at this company as encouraging accountability and doing the right thing when nobody's looking if Mr. Edmondson continues as CEO, and there appears to be no consequences for what he's done.
I was pleased with our scoring production and big wins like these always boost the girls' confidence. We still need to improve defensively. We're capable of playing better defense.
That's great for Plano. It shows how much basketball talent we have in Plano.
There's still a lot of basketball to be played. We visit Allen on Tuesday and they're always tough. We have to be ready to play every night.
There's a lot more attention being given to board leadership than there was a couple of years ago. We've seen with the corporate scandals and crisis in investor confidence an increased attention to the monitoring function of the board.
We were really limited in shot selection in the second half because of their man-to-man. We just didn't have an answer for them after halftime.
I could tell we were still tired from (Thursday's) game. Now it's time to see how we deal with this adversity.