We're going to be better. Hopefully, we can improve over last year.
Foster is a good player and a good kid and we knew we weren't going to shut somebody of that caliber down. Our goal was to make him work for everything he got.
This is not a signal that anybody is pulling up stakes and leaving Utah. We have said from day one that The Woodlands is our administrative headquarters. Our world headquarters, as we have said in so many places and so many times, is in Salt Lake City, and will remain in Salt Lake City.
They expressed interest and we saw it as an opportunity to reduce debt.
We will continue to do that. There is a great deal of upside potential in leaving the company as is.
There's a good chance we'll see them again. We just need to take care of ourselves and hope for a challenge game on Monday.
We have been operating the business and executing the business plan.