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 Ray Giacoletti - “I think (sophomore guard) Chris Grant has done a very good job. His assist-to-turnover ratio is best on the team, and he does the little things that we need right now. We don't need to mess with that.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “It was huge getting a stop right before halftime. LB, by being disciplined and getting a hand up and not fouling him, got our guys jacked up going into halftime.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “Kersten has done a hell of a job. I was down there twice, and I don't remember him. I'm watching him on tape right now, and I think he is really good.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “He's a horse down there. We tried to front him, had four different people guard him and were doubling him at the end.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “I think he's done an amazing job to keep it all together, especially without Welch. I don't think anybody in this league thought they could sustain it.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “I'm just proud of our team. We stayed focused for a long period of time. Even when BYU was playing well, our guys had a different look in their eyes.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “Those were as tough a couple of losses as I've had in a long time. In each game, we had a chance to get a stop to win it, and then we got an offensive chance to win it and we came up empty each time.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “We're having a tough time right now. We've just got to keep swinging and keep grinding.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “To give back to the university like that is unbelievable.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “Andrew was the heart and soul of last year's team. For someone who accomplished so much in such a short period of time, I think Andrew is certainly worthy of the honor.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “They were the hardest team I've had to prepare for in 20 years of coaching. A lot of it is the Princeton system, but a lot of it is (Mooney's) coaching. They had a counter for every (defensive) thing we tried to do against that offense.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “They were the hardest team I've had to prepare for in 20 years of coaching, ... A lot of it is the Princeton system, but a lot of it is (Mooney's) coaching. They had a counter for every (defensive) thing we tried to do against that offense.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “Randy would do a great job, he's ready to be a head coach. I don't think he has a weakness. He just needs the opportunity. None of us had head coaching experience until we got our first chance.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “It's a great opportunity for him. It's one of those situations where he's worked his butt off for a number of years. He's very deserving. We hate to see him go, but that's how it works.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “Pretty big-time night a year ago. This is the way it is right now. But this game was no more important last year than it is right now.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “Those kids coming out of that institute - find one who didn't make it over here. Find one who is not successful.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “Obviously, the timing of this is not great for us, but we will grant Richard his request. We wish him the best of luck.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “If the team ever needed a win, we needed one today. I take my hat off to our kids for enduring a tough week, not only on the floor, but off the floor. This is just what the doctor ordered.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “As the head coach, I retain the right to discipline my players for a variety of reasons.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “It's been hard for us taking pride in our defense, and hopefully we were able to take a step in the right direction today.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “They like to get out and double and get out and pressure us full court. We need to execute our press offense and try to be strong with it (the ball). We have seen a lot of it now. Our press offense should be something that we understand where we need to go and what we need to do.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “I think he has a chance to be really good. I was probably more impressed in person than I was on tape. He's explosive, and he really plays with a high energy and kind of a chip on his shoulder, which you have to on that post spot. I think he has a great future.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “Our Achilles heel has been taking care of the ball. They can get out and pressure you, so we need to be ready for that.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “Money is the crux of our business. People take jobs because of money. Money ruins everyone.”
 Ray Giacoletti - “I'll take the blame. We were not ready to play. And when you're not ready to go, how quickly something can turn and bite you.”

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