Nov. 28, 2007
Cleveland State Head Coach Gary Waters:
"Obviously, we didn't play well, but I think they had a lot to do with it, they're a pretty good team."
"They hit a lot of threes, and that really took the life out of us, and we were always fighting an uphill battle, and when that happens its really hard to maintain."
Cleveland State's Cedric Jackson:
"I was trying to get my teammates involved more at the end of the game, I wasn't really worried about fatigue."
Cleveland State's : D'Aundray Brown:
"I've seen this kind of speed, it's just a matter of us getting back [on defense]. They ran in the lanes real good."
Cal State Northridge Head Coach Bobby Braswell:
"These guys just believe that they can win, night in and night out...at this point, this team hasn't tasted defeat yet."
"I told them at the beginning of the second half that this was gonna be a grinder, we're gonna really have to make some stops and make some tough plays, which I thought we did."
"[Cleveland State is] a great defensive team...shoot, I played Gary's teams at Kent State and and I know what they can do."
"I told our guys it wasn't going to be a 90-point game, it was going to be one of those games that we were going to have to grind it out."
"The good thing about our basketball team is that we have 6 or 7 guys that can score in double figures for us."
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