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"Micheal Day" is a professional American "Current School" BMX/Bicycle Motocross (BMX) racer whose prime competitive years are from 2002–Present. His nickname is a play on a common phrase. Mike Day's official Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) number, which was originally assigned to him by the American Bicycle Association (ABA) (not affiliated to the UCI), he requested for it from and is assigned it by the UCI for life regardless of how he does in a race season, is #365. With the exception of wiktionary:quadrennial/quadrennial leap years, that is the number of days in a calendar year. As a result, a play on his surname "365 Day" occurs from the common phrase "...365 days a year" (alternatively "..365 days per year"):More Mike Day on Wikipedia.
I think they could be the best team in the tournament with the way they're playing right now. They're a hugely physical team and they always play great defense. We're going to have our hands full.
They are one of the most fundamentally sound teams I've seen all year.
We wanted to go up and down, but we needed to control the ball better and we had to run our offense instead of going wild like we did. In a big game against a good team, you just can't miss that many shots and opportunities. We just missed them ... we got out of our game plan, and that's my fault.
We've been here three years in a row ... we're the most experienced team left.
We just did what we had to do to win the ballgame.
I didn't do a good job of coaching tonight. I didn't feel like I got our kids in a good position to win the game.
We did what we had to do to win the ball game. It wasn't great at times, but we got it done. We're just really elated to get this win.
I know everybody is talking underdogs with us, but we've been here as much as anybody. We have an experienced lineup full of seniors.