|"We had a lot of people saying the tournament didn't mean anything to us. And if you just look at one area, that's true. But things like this are memories that you have for a lifetime. I've said many times, if we're going to play, let's play to win and play our best. I've got a saying I use a lot: 'It's a great day to die.' What I mean by that is, if I'm going to die tomorrow, I want to do the best I can at whatever I'm doing today. If I know tomorrow is going to be my last day of golf, I want to birdie the last hole. I don't ever want to look at a situation when a game doesn't mean anything. If it doesn't mean anything, we shouldn't play.
"I thought in the second half our kids got more focused, got more aggressive, because Oklahoma took it to us in the first half. I thought we were ready from the first possession of the second half. We score. They score. And they get a four-point lead on a three-point shot. But from the first possession of the second half I thought we were ready to play."
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