It's probably tougher for my dad and my mom, who want to figure out a way to go to both games.
We're hearing from so many people who want to do things. We got a call from people who want to have a women's tournament in her name in Madison Square Garden.
I like the different looks we can give. I like our guys' minutes. They're always out there knowing what they're doing.
They are an NCAA Tournament team. It was two very good teams playing out there. We won the battle.
We've seen them and we're familiar with them. Having a short turnaround as far as playing them, at least it's good that we're familiar with them.
It was two good teams playing well. They made free throws (11 for 14 in the second half), and we need to win the rebounding battle more than we did.
You're not going to shut him down. He's going to get shots. He's going to take shots. He's got range. We've done a good job on a lot of guards this year, keeping them below their averages. You can't let him get going. He's been very dangerous this year.
I want guys who want to be head coaches. To be a good head coach you have to be a good assistant first. I want our guys looking at head coaching jobs and preparing to be head coaches because that makes them good assistant coaches.
We hadn't even considered that. Right now, we're more worried about (Benjamin's) health.
There's never been a guy with a bigger heart, I'll tell you that.
It leads me to think it may be more likely this year. That's our hope, anyway.
She ... went to the house of a friend for afternoon tea where she said she wasn't feeling good and she collapsed.
We try to improve every game. We feel like we can get better and better. The battle on the boards (with Wisconsin) was tied, 32-32. That's an area we have to win, so we feel like there's always something we can do better.
We want our people to improve. We want them to get better. This is the most important award for us.
That's an after-the-season thing. We've talked in generalities before. There's no point in talking about it now. The information is not available to him or to any of our other 12 players.
I think we're all right with the injury.
It was disappointing. But it's like I told the team. You learn the most from your disappointments. If that's really the case, we have some building block to work with after this game.
He was somewhat light-headed and dizzy, but he battled through it. He wasn't running the floor like he usually is able to, but he still managed to grab 20 rebounds. That says a lot about him as a player.
We've always thought he was a very good player and always believed in him. He just happened to play on some very good teams behind some very good players. Last year, he developed and got better. He played in a lot of big games against a lot of good people.
I thought they were really a tough team and got after it. We knew that coming into the game and we know it now. It was two teams getting after it, playing aggressive.
It was just a big effort. Our shooting percentage was terrific. We just came out and made shots. They were good shots, but I thought we made some great decisions to get there.
We knew Louisville was going to come back strong in the second half. I thought our guys handled it well.
I think a lot of people underestimated our players. I knew from the first day the freshmen got here that they had a presence and a competitiveness and a work ethic that belied their age. I also thought Aaron Gray and Levon Kendall would be better than people thought.
We didn't shoot it great tonight and a lot of that has to do with the zone. I thought we got the ball inside when we wanted to. I thought we did a good job attacking but don't read too much into it. It was two teams playing hard and we came up a little bit short.
It's hard to say you played good defense when somebody scores 37 points, but I thought we did. I'm sure I'll see that guy scoring in my head the rest of the night. The guy made some unbelievable shots.