On the game... "Obviously the result wasn't what we wanted. There were some good things, but there were a lot more bad things than good things. We're at a major culture change right now in our program and until we get total buy in then we're going to have some results like this. There are a lot of things that we have to fix-- not only in execution, but in our effort and fundamentals. We have to get better at each and every day."
On Valencia McFarland ... "Valencia McFarland has been much better than she has been. That's a positive point, she played minutes and she ran our team. She tried to lead, which is very good and is something that I've been asking her to do. The big thing that we have to get better at is a culture change and coming out with a mentality, an Ole Miss mentality when things are not going good. Not giving in and pushing through and making things better. We'll get better. We'll learn from this game and grow as a team. We'll go in tomorrow and attack it totally different than we attacked today."
On the difference in the game ... "We got a lot of wide open shot in the first half -- it all comes down to the first half. We didn't guard in transition and we did a great job of keeping them off the boards, but we gave them wide open layups in transition allowing them to shoot a high percentage.
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