"That's a great way to finish out our season, home games anyway. Now we've got one more down at Miami."
"It was very important. Obviously we weren't thinking about last year, we were thinking about trying to get another win. At this time this year, I think we're playing a little better than we were last year."
"We still felt we could still win our ballgames... a couple of things we wanted to look at against this team. We know they are a physical team."
"I thought our guys did a good job of focusing and taking care of the boards."
"He was great. Javy was great. He's a tough young man and that's a tough challenge to play against Rice. I thought he did a great job of staying in front of him... holding his ground and actually got his hand on a couple of balls."
"That was a big key for us. We didn't allow him to go off and have a big game for us. That's certainly a credit to Javy."
"I couldn't have written a better script for the ending of his last game here... to play as well as he did, win the ballgame and have an opportunity to be on the free throw and make two clutch free throws to seal the game for us."
"I didn't have one day this year that [McCauley] came to a practice or game he wasn't ready to play. Not one single day. I think that's why he had the year he's had and is playing the way he is."
"Not good right now, we'll have to wait and see... we'll see. He'll get a couple of days rest and we'll see."
"[McCauley] and I talked about that a couple of days ago and I told him I was very proud of him in how much he's grown and matured... he's shown what he can do this year and I told him I was very proud of him... not just from the basketball-side, he matured from the situation and did a great job."
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