On playing a game that wasn't a blowout -
It's very important because once you get into the tournament, everything is life or death. We have to get used to playing some difficult games before then.
On the seven-minute scoreless stretch -
The last three minutes before the half, we had a little bit of a letdown. But then we came out in the second half and picked it up and forced them into a lot of turnovers.
On guarding Von Wafer -
He's a great spot-up shooter, so I just tried to make it as difficult as possible for him. I had a lot of help, too.
On his second-half fadeaway three-pointer as the shot clock expired -
He got a hand up but I got a great look. I got separation on the shot and that's all I was looking for and that's all that I needed. It think it was a blow to them especially after the way they came back.
On Roy Williams in the locker room at the half -
He was fired up. Any coach would be.
On Coach Williams not calling a timeout when FSU closed the lead to one -
We know what kind of team we are and we are a confident team that didn't need a timeout.
On playing Duke next -
We know that it's going to be a big game. This is one of the biggest rivalries in the country and one of the biggest rivalries in all of sports. We'll be ready.