We're like brothers. Brotherhood and togetherness.
My freshman year, he was a tough cookie. I would just sit back and watch him and laugh, and I don't think he would like that.
The brotherhood and the togetherness we have brought us through tonight.
We pulled through it together. We fought through a little adversity in this game but our brotherhood and togetherness that we had during the season brought us through tonight.
I don't know if it's funny, but it's shocking.
I don't know if it's funny, but it's shocking. Normally at this time of year, all everybody is talking about is football. Fortunately for us, it's our turn to shine this time.
We played as well as could be expected. We been struggling. We just don't have that fight in us anymore. Seems like if we don't hit the shot we don't want to play defense.
Being 7-0 is real, real good. I haven't been on this side of the fence since high school. I don't have an explanation for the last few games. I've just had a couple of great games.
He just stayed on me the whole game. He got over screens and I wasn't able to get open shots.
This was not really redemption because it wasn't against Connecticut. But, this was a real big shot and a real big win.
I've just been hyped up the last three games after I had that bad start in the SEC. I felt real good tonight. It was probably the best since I've been here.
I'm just glad I have him on my team. He takes up a lot of space, at times of the game he has three guys on him so he's a load in the middle.
He basically carried us on his shoulders. He showed up big for us and he's just a special guy.
It was really unexplainable. When I saw it go in, I saw we had a couple of seconds left, so I couldn't get as emotional as I wanted to.
It's really unexplainable. I saw it go in and I couldn't get emotional as I wanted to because we still had three seconds and the game wasn't over, but it was great.
That's what leaders do. They step up and make big plays.
He's a character. In practice he's cracking jokes all the time to get us going. When we're going in practice, if somebody fouls him he'll exaggerate it and make all kinds of noise. It's just simple stuff like that that makes us laugh. He's a big, great guy.
I told (Temple) he gets the game ball for the night. Regardless of who scored the ball or who did what, he gets the game ball.
I told Garrett he gets the game ball for the night. He held J.J. to 11 points. That's the second-leading scorer in the country.