I told my players that we have worked too hard to give up now.
Teams put a target on you. Everybody has you highlighted on their schedule. It’s hard.
It is the hardest thing of all, the one thing that will show if you have the one true courage. To know that you have failed, that your best efforts have been defeated, to not be able to stand it, to not be able to go on and yet to go on nonetheless.
It’s really hard to say who is the most interested.
In her way, she was a hard one. Faith in any sort of natural justice was nothing but a night light; she knew of that. Whatever she did, she would end the same way with everyone does: flat on her back with a tube in her nose, wondering, “Is this all?
I think it’s hard to do it, but if we keep doing things like this we can do it.
It was real hard. I worked hard all year long and just to have a string of injuries toward the end of the year and one keeping me out, it was real tough watching my teammates wrestle out there without me. But I think it was a good thing that happened to me; it helped...
We tried to relocate, but it was so hard on short notice.
That second title means a lot. The kids have worked hard to get the program to succeed. Now we’ve got some great youth programs coming up. We knew Greenwood was very good. Their guards are tough and they shoot the ball well. We had to match their intensity.
You may work with 100% capacity every day and may not be seen by anybody for recommendation. This does not mean you should give up! The day you will decide to work at 40% may be the day you’ll be seen by the person who is meant to recommend you for higher profile opportunities!
Johnny always played hard here. I wish it had been different.
With draping, it’s hard to be under 5-7 and pull that off.
I want for our underclassmen to look at what hard work does and how it pays off.