Andy Kennedy Post Game Quotes vs. Rutgers

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Andy Kennedy Post Game Quotes vs. Rutgers

On thoughts from the game:

“I was proud of our team’s resilience. That was a game with a lot of knockdowns and physical play.  I thought the game never really established a rhythm offensively until the second half.”

On the Rebel defense:

“We defended pretty well. They’re obviously at a different level than who we’ve played. I was really pleased with the fact that their leading scorer (Eli Carter), who I believe was getting 18 points per game; we held him to one for twelve shooting and never really let him get in rhythm.  It was very physical at both ends, and as a result, there were a lot of fouls called.”

On LaDarius White:

“I thought Snoop was MVP of the game. In fairness to him, it was hard playing a lot of guys earlier in the season because he never got into a rhythm. I felt like he was starting to figure things out playing back-up point guard with Millinghaus out.  I thought he came out and was really locked in, and made a couple shots early.  I thought he was MVP of the game.  To come off the bench and score 13 points the way we were laboring offensively, it could have been a different game.”

On Murphy Holloway and Reginald Buckner:

“When you get 31 (points) and 26 (rebounds) out of your two front court guys than you would hope you get a chance to win. Murphy went for 17 (points) and 15 (rebounds), he was all over the floor. Reggie went for 14 and 11 and has three blocks, that’s what you need out of your upperclassmen.”

On Nick Williams:

“I also thought Nick had good minutes. He got to the center of the lane and when we were really struggling offensively early, he was able to keep us in striking distance by making a couple of good stops.”

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