Everybody got touches, everybody was able to get good looks at the basket.
More Quotes from Julian Sensley:I think we gave up as far as a our defensive game. I think our shots weren't falling and we were dropping our heads and not getting back on defense. We were settling for jumpers and everyone was going for offensive boards.
Our confidence is a little shocked right now. We just played a really bad game, and we had to travel to come here. But that gives us a chance to prove what we're made of. It's 'Big Monday' so it's a big deal to us.
We'll settle for the NIT, if that's what it comes down to. But we're looking at the NCAA, and the best way to get there is to win the rest of our games.
We went into that zone because they were beating us off the dribble, and they got our big guys in foul trouble. We went to that zone and they struggled with it a little bit.
I think the most important thing I've done is come in with a positive attitude every day. I used to let things bother me off the court. And when coach (Riley Wallace) got on me in the past, I took it personal. I know he's just trying to help me now, so I make sure I listen to what he's saying.
He's the sixth man of the year because when he comes in he gives 110 percent. When the other guys get in foul trouble or need a break, he does the job for us blocking shots, getting rebounds, tip-ins, doing all the right things.
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