Dec. 18, 2004
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Duquesne head coach Danny Nee
"Rebounding was the difference in the game. They'd get second shots, then we'd foul them and they marched to the free throw line. In the first half we played with a lot of adversity with the foul situation, but in the second half we were our own worst enemy. We didn't shoot the ball well from the 3-point line in the second half.
"We would have liked to have attacked the basket more. Shooting free throws is one of our strengths. Instead, they ended up shooting 30 free throws while we shot 16."
Duquesne guard Martin Osimani
"In the second half we couldn''t make a jump shot or a layup. We couldn't buy a shot. When you're not making shots its tough to keep your defensive intensity up."