If it does, then great. If not, you know, we'll try again. That was a great way to start off the Big 12.

We got off to a good start in that game, ... We just kind of got too comfortable and let them back in it. Then we were like 'Hey, A&M. Not today.'

We always play well against A&M. They're always a quality program, but they don't like our gym very much I don't think.

Grinding, touching -- they think it's going to be like stripping. Kids don't want to do that. They just want to have fun and dance.

It gives us a chance to come together as a team before we play. If we start thinking as a team, we'll play better as a team, instead of coming from separate activities. It gave us a chance to regroup before we try to do something with us. It's nice. It gets us in the right mind-set and kind of gets us to relate to each other.