"Sean has been nothing but great," Brunes said. "I can't compliment Sean enough. I'm very, very proud of him. He's been a great leader. I said, 'You lead however you have to lead. If you have to go over and talk to them quietly, fine. If you need to pat them on the back, or jump all over them, fine.' He's more of a pat-on-the-back kind of guy, and he talks to them, and comes to talk to me and says, 'What do you think we need to do?' He takes input, and acts on it.
"I am completely happy with Sean May. What a great leader he has been."
May scored 13 points in last night's tuneup for the weekend rematch with their Kentucky rivals.