Aaron Pogue, Jeremy Montgomery, & Coach Waters Talk After Loyola Win





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Uploaded on Dec 31, 2010

Cleveland State Head Coach Gary Waters:
(Opening statement) "I look at two things when I look at the stat sheet - if we rebounded and if we defended and we did that. and we shot the basketball, which you need to do to have a good game."

Cleveland State's Aaron Pogue:
"Going into this game we knew it was going to be tough. Loyola is a physical team. My team just pulled me to the side and told me it's a mental game. I went in there mentally prepared and got a great result."

(On if he's reached his full potential) "Every day we go to practice and prepare. I'm still working to reach my full potential. I don't think I've reached it yet, but I'll continue working toward it."

(On the team effort) "That's the thing about this team. You never know who's going to show up. We have so many scorers and people who can do other things. I think Norris stepped up with the assists today."

(On his success in one-on-one situations) "Since I've been playing the game of basketball, I've felt there's not many people who can guard me one-on-one. I feel like I can destroy anyone who's playing me one-on-one."

Cleveland State's Jeremy Montgomery:
(On the team's offense) "I think our offense is really getting better. We definitely have been focusing in on opening our offense. I just want to get my teammates involved."

Loyola Head Coach Jim Whitesell:
(Opening statement) "Points off turnovers is obviously the big stat. We didn't handle their pressure well and they kept coming after us. We just had a hard time handling the basketball."

(On keys to CSU's success) "I thought Harmon and Pogue had really great individual games against us. I thought Harmon swung by us a lot and converted. I think one of the reasons this team is 14-1 is they have a lot of offensive threats. And they take care of the ball."

(On his message to his team) "We got our fannies kicked. You gotta take it and move on. You gotta find out why you got your fannies kicked and you need to learn from it."

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