It's a job that requires as much time as you want to give it.
We came out to win, and knew that we were going to battle back and win Game 4 and Game 5. We were all fired up, and the emotional level of wanting it more allowed us to come out on top.
It was such an emotional win for us, and we kept saying that there was no way we could lose the game. Our fans fired us up too. It was the best crowd I've ever played in front of at Pauley. It was such a great experience, and we had fun more than anything. Wins like this are what we play for.
Clayton was such a warm, delightful person. He was a coach to be sure, but he was also a real educator. He could talk your ear off on a lot of subjects, not just football.
It absolutely is a throwback. Cuban exiles are still worried about the Castro issue, and they hinge everything around that issue, the existence of Castro. But the rest of the country has long forgotten that this Cold War period ever happened.
For most part, people are staying off the road. Most of the regulars, the locals, they're getting out.
We don't give (kids) a gun without training them. We don't give them a car without training them. Why would we give them a computer without the appropriate training?
This campaign continues to be tremendously helpful to us. Though we are in need of donations year round, the Town Pump fundraiser is one of the main resources we rely on in the fall. Their support has been wonderful.
It's about raising awareness of these issues and breaking down perceptions.