We're trying to upgrade and play tougher teams. But you never know how tough they're going to be. We want to play the toughest people we can for our fans.
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He's not 'Billy the Kid' anymore. That used to be his identity.
ESPN is involved with a lot of home-and-home situations with teams. That didn't happen for us this year.
He really was the unsung hero.
The conversation went well. As a coach, you always listen. Obviously, it would take a very special situation to leave.
It's hard to guard it all when we have it going like that.
We never really thought a lot about that, to tell you the truth. We just kept focused, kept working, kept getting ready.
It's not going to be an up-and-down game where a lot of points are going to be scored. All the little things are going to matter.
Everyone was worried about Walter, the players, the coaches. We gave him some time to grieve, and I'm sure he is probably still grieving deep down inside. But he's the kind of guy that's kind of dedicated a lot of his season and his focus to his brother.