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 Pokey Chatman - “It may be the final game for these three seniors. But the one thing that feels good is watching banners drop in here, and we are going to try our hardest to keep that going.”
 Ernie Chatman - “I always get them mixed up. Andrew gave Ben a shorter haircut. Andrew has more of a blonder colored hair. Sometimes, they play along with it. Ben is the quieter one. Drew is more outgoing.”
 Pokey Chatman - “That's the part that was so bittersweet for Sue, ... It's so in line with so many things that happened in her career. From being head coach of the 1980 Olympic team when we boycotted, to our first Final Four when she watched the game in her hotel room in New Orleans. The irony of all that is that she was the one person who was OK with the circumstances.”
 Pokey Chatman - “It was such an honor to walk out behind her and watch her stand there and look at the arena filled to the rafters. That was enough for me. Win, lose or draw, that said everything about her when she had to coach, tape ankles, teach, the whole nine yards. That moment right there was something I'll always remember.”
 Pokey Chatman - “Honestly, I didn't know I had any records left to break. The hope is to continue playing and get some fresh legs underneath some people. But it does seem like a pretty smooth move on my part.”
 Pokey Chatman - “She just has a special inner drive. She works to continually improve her game, and it's not for anyone else or because anyone else told her to. She wants to get better.”
 Pokey Chatman - “She was an administrator. She probably taught a class. She drove the bus. She coached the team. I remember she told me when she became head coach at Stephen F. Austin she was making 6,500 a year and she thought she'd hit the lottery.”
 Pokey Chatman - “We've talked a lot about this senior class and this program. The last time the tournament was in Little Rock, we experienced success there. This team understands there is a lot of hard work that goes into that.”
 Pokey Chatman - “From my office I could see the helicopters landing on the track and taking off all day. You knew every time it was someone who was really sick.”
 Pokey Chatman - “It's December. I don't think anybody expects to play a full 40 minutes at the highest level at this time. I'm just glad we're moving in the right direction.”
 Pokey Chatman - “At certain times, you get a player of her caliber, and because of prior star players, you have this expectation. And she extinguished them immediately.”
 Pokey Chatman - “Sylvia realized the last few times out she hadn't played to her capability. When she came out of the locker room at half, she made a conscious effort to establish herself and use some of her speed and quickness.”
 Pokey Chatman - “I dont think (a national title) needs to validate her game. I think the fashion in which shes accomplished things validate (her game), but why not let that be the golden prize for a kid that has done so much for the game, for herself and for the program”
 Pokey Chatman - “Today was a strong indication of us getting better as a team. Several key players got some rest and some reserves got some playing time before getting into the SEC.”
 Pokey Chatman - “The truth is, we really had no transition,'' Johnson said.”
 Pokey Chatman - “I should be the least nervous person here. I only had to do one thing to stand here tonight and that was to choose Louisiana State University as a high school senior.”
 Pokey Chatman - “It was such an honor to walk out behind her and watch her stand there and look at the arena filled to the rafters. That was enough for me. Win, lose or draw, that said everything about her when she had to coach, tape ankles, teach, the whole nine yards. That moment right there was something I'll always remember.”
 Pokey Chatman - “It was such an honor to walk out behind her and watch her stand there and look at the arena filled to the rafters. That was enough for me. Win, lose or draw, that said everything about her when she had to coach, tape ankles, teach, the whole nine yards. That moment right there was something I'll always remember.”
 Pokey Chatman - “Usually when I give my opening statement, I can find something that's wrong. But, there wasn't a whole lot tonight.”
 Pokey Chatman - “Usually when I give my opening statement, I can find something that's wrong. But, there wasn't a whole lot tonight. I think the energy and the execution led to so much offensively and defensively. And, I was pleased how we extended it for close to 40 minutes.”
 Ernie Chatman - “Jacki knows about running talent. I've known her for years, and I am confident in the training Danielle will get under her.”
 Pokey Chatman - “I opted to finish school, and she offered me a job. The rest is history, as I spent nearly 18 years, or half my life, with her.”
 Pokey Chatman - “We were so engrossed in it at the time. I don't think we had the same opportunity to step back and realize how we were going through this time and how devastating it still is.”
 Pokey Chatman - “I wanted us to have a little more sense of urgency because we had an opportunity to play for a share of a championship. It's nice to see us understand that, process that and come out in the second half and establish some things that have been good for us all year.”
 Pokey Chatman - “She had that Coach Gunter gleam in her eye and that smirk in the right corner of her mouth. That wink said more to me than anything. This is, in my opinion, the pinnacle. This represents that national championship that so eluded her as a coach.”

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