It's a great college basketball atmosphere. Binghamton has created that home-court advantage. Basketball is their sport. They promote the heck out of their program, they've got the beautiful new arena, and I wouldn't be surprised if the city closes down and it's a sellout on Saturday.

I'm 62 years old. Never in my life have I experienced anything like this. My family and I were all in bed. All of a sudden, the house just started shaking. It was so strong and so loud. My son yelled for us to get downstairs, but by the time we did, it was all over.

This game was lost in the first half. They came out, made the first run of the game, got us on our heels and frustrated us a little.

I don't think our staff or our players would have any problem if we had to face them in the conference tournament. They're a well-coached team and they're a good, solid team, but we won the regular season in this league so we're ready to play anybody that's put in front of us.

They all claim they're great bowlers. There's a lot of trash-talking going on in the locker room about who's going to win. We're trying to keep it loose and have a lot of fun.

A.J. has always been tough on himself. He has always expected to make every shot and make every play. It's great, to a certain extent, to be he hard on yourself as long as it doesn't affect you or get you too impatient.

The one thing about A.J. is that he was always very passionate about playing basketball. It was always his dream to play basketball for a living and he was going to try every possible avenue and opportunity to do that.

This means a lot; I finally made it. Marist is a good fit for me. I'm going to play quarterback, but I can play another position if they need me to.

Let's see if we can go make some noise. It'd be a great win for us. One, because it's a road game, and two, because it's against a good basketball team in a great environment.