Ninety-five percent of my audience was white.
Brandon's the heart and soul of our basketball team. He was possessed early in the game but the guys stepped up well in the second half in his absence.
There is nothing Kirby would not do for you. You were never able to pay him back.
All the colleges I played, most of the colleges, they were white.
And then when I found my sound, it took me two and a half weeks to find my sound and when I did I pulled out all the stops, all the stops I could find.
I always had the facial hair so I looked older than I was.
I did my first recording. It was called The Champ.
I heard Mr. Wild Bill Davis. I heard him play in 1930 and he told me that it would take me fifteen years just to learn the pedals, the pedals of the organ and I got mad.
I just came from Aspen, Colorado and they had fifteen kids I played for and they all played horns.
I played with Eddie Taylor's son, Tim Taylor and Carey Bells son Lurie Bell.
I played with Sam Lay, Jimmy Reed, Big Walter Horton, Big Moose Walker, and all those guys.
My first recording, a guy came down to Philadelphia and heard me play and he introduced me to Alfred Lion.
My mom would have liked it that I patterned myself more after Jimmy Reed.
I'm all about getting training from somebody that used to work with NBA players. That aspect really stood out from the other schools, being able to have a person work with you that used to work in the NBA because that's where I want to go.
We all know Fred is the catalyst of this offense and to see him get that gain up the middle, it's a big boost for the whole team.
I know we have great fans. I'm going to blame it on the weather.
I don't have to say anything. You guys know. Now is the time to make plays. That's exactly what I do. That's why I'm here.
I always hear it. I just liked the way it set up. They said Jimmy is losing a step that he can't do it anymore. It's been the story of my career. It's always been people saying I couldn't do it. I knew I could do it. You knew I could do it. There's always a handful of people.
Byron made a good call. He told me to run a slant and go. Fortunately I ran a good enough route for him to make the easy throw.
We knew it wasn't going to be easy. But we've become a second-half team this year. I don't necessarily like it that way -- we don't like to have to come back. But we have matured enough to be poised and do whatever we have to do to come away with a win.
We won't take people from bar to bar, but if they give us a call we will take them home. There's no way to measure how many lives this program may have saved during the years it has been in operation, but we feel that this has been a very valuable community service for everyone on the roadways during New Year's Eve and early New Year's Day.
We're just so excited because we've been through a few losing seasons, where it's been just miserable around here, and now we're winning and glad we're in the playoffs. We're just happy about life right now and everything's great.
That's the best quarter (of basketball) I've ever coached. It wasn't just the points, but the way we got them. The effort on defense.
We're more settled. A new regime means changes, and things have settled down.
We're in a position where we're flying under the radar. We're not being talked about on TV shows. When they mention teams in the playoffs, it's like the Jaguars are the last one. That's fine. I like it that way. When we beat New England, that says it all.