Carolyn Peck Quotes

Carolyn Peck


“The first two minutes of the second half were key to taking control of the game.”

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“We were not as focused as we should have been going to Auburn. We have to put our feet back on the ground and understand we still have a lot of work to do going to Little Rock.”

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“She took our last loss very hard. But her numbers did not project the heart she played with. She knows that she's going to do better.”

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“I think that Georgia played their level of intensity to the top to start with and I think we came in passive. We made two quick turnovers from the start and then it just rose from there.”

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“Our problems started earlier, before the foul trouble.”

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“I think the first half we dug ourselves a big hole. If we could start the game the way we started the second half, maybe we would have had a different outcome.”

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“You've got to play to stay. We're going to have to be focused and intense. Starting in the tournament, you've got to set your goals and refocus.”

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“You've got to play to stay. Starting in the tournament, you've got to set your goals and refocus.”

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“Looking at ESPN.com [Monday] and the bracket, they said that Florida could be the most schizophrenic team in the tournament. Well, you know what? When you're schizophrenic, you have that chance of being pretty good.”

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“It was a well-fought game. I've got to compliment our team, but more importantly, our bench.”

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“I've got four senior starters who remember playing against New Mexico and know it's going to take disciplined basketball to beat them, but I don't really have any one star who will take over that game.”

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“My team gave me a great birthday present. They are a special group. They came out with a lot of heart.”

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“I have to compliment my team because they kept their composure when our outside shots weren't falling. They did what they needed to do to get the win. We're thrilled to have the opportunity to go back to the hotel tonight and prepare for Kentucky and not have to pack our bags.”

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“The [Southeastern Conference], it's a dog fight night-in and night-out. The production and consistency has got to be there nightly.”

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“It hurt us a lot. We wanted to stay aggressive but the officials have to make the calls.”

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