Senior Tyler Bluemling
Jan. 5, 2005
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Duquesne head coach Danny Nee
"I thought our kids showed a lot of heart and determination. They never gave up. They played it to the last second. Everyone that played contributed. To win on the road you have to have guys step up. We just got after it. This is a very hard place to play at and win."
Duquesne guard Tyler Bluemling
"I don't think there was one person on that bench - when we were down - that thought the game was over. The Robert Morris game may have been a turning point for us. They outworked us. From that point we made up our mind, that if we were going to go down, we were going to go down fighting."
Duquesne swingman Chauncey Duke
On the game-winning shot
"We were running a play were I come off for a three. The guy didn't follow me and I saw an open lane and went for it. I saw another guy come at me and knew I had to spin to get the shot off."