We wanted to incorporate the grow-in-four-days game plan, but it didn't work. We are going to go back to our old faithful. I told our kids at the beginning of the year that once you are short, it doesn't matter how much shorter you are, to a certain degree. We are shorter every time. (The Hawks) aren't quite as big as some of the other teams we have faced. But they are substantially bigger than us, and we realize that.
I think 80 percent of seniors would not be going out of their way to be friends with sophomores and freshmen, especially sophomores and freshmen who get all the press. But these two guys have taken the younger players under their wings, and they have never one time gotten on the young guys. They deserve so much credit.