The lord is huge, and he comes with a posse. Divested of their weaponry, fifteen muscleheads stand behind him in the backstage area. One pulls off his jacket, snarling; another shouts something obscene.
She forgot the orchestra pit. The bike crashes through the low padded wall. Her stomach drops, then the rest of her follows. She pushes away from the bike in midair, hits the floor, tumbles shoulder over shoulder, and skids to a stop against a cluster of metal chairs.
Lt Col Roberto Garza: It depends on situation or incident. Some requests will require specialize capabilities. Other requests do not. If the Federal agency in the lead of incident has the capabilities, specialized or general in nature, then no need for us to get involved.
Lt Col Roberto Garza: Not sure of the levels. I would guess at the federal level. We get called in after federal resources of that particular agency are exhausted or they are in need of our specialized capabilities.
\"We make every game interesting, that's what I told my team tonight. It's not going to work moving forward, gaining a lead and then losing a lead. We became very lax, we need to gain some toughness during that stretch. I told our guys that in the timeout. We need toughness on both ends of the court. Our defense became very timid, (UMKC) kept driving to the basket and putting it in. Previous to that stretch, we didn't see any of that. But as we've talked about before, we need to get mentally tougher. We see that in practice, we see that everywhere, and we have three days to solve it. As we talked about to our team, the reason you come to Oklahoma State is to play in the Big 12. However, you can't play in stretches or spurts, you have to have some toughness for 40 minutes. You will turn it over, you will miss shots, that's part of the game, but your mental approach cannot change. Our mental approach is a rollercoaster.
I was concerned and disappointed because I thought we played our best basketball against Florida, and then we had to take a break. On another note, it's important for our kids to go home, recharge and see their families. But, I thought we were really progressing from Minnesota to most of the game against Longwood to Florida. There were a lot of pluses. Tonight, I don't think we had our best effort, but we did some very good things defensively in the first half. We held a team that can score to only 18 points in the first half. They play a tough zone, which we struggled with at times. We did a better job of taking care of the ball in the second half. We turned the ball over way too much tonight. Then, we lost our mental focus. I didn't know what to expect with the long break we had, but it definitely wasn't the team that I saw during the Florida game. Our guys need to know that every game we play from now on is important.
When they went on their run in the second half, it was because they were attacking the rim. We needed to have a presence there. I put him back in the game, and the game changed. We put other guys back in the game as well, and the game turned around. He gives us that presence at the rim. We need him to stay focused out there. I thought he rebounded the ball well. He got above the rim and rebounded a couple times. His blocked shots were very much needed from against a team that likes to get to the rim.
As we told our team, this is the best league in America. I don't know if there is a close second. It's an exciting time, but you have to take it one game at a time. We know the challenge that is ahead of us, and we have to play better than we ever have. We have three days to get better. Hopefully we'll get a big win Friday night, and hopefully we can get some fans here during our home-opener of Big 12 play. I thought the fans were very good tonight. They were loud, and we need to get people here to support these guys. We need all the help we can get right now. We also need to get healthy. That's the other thing right now, we've got some key players out. We need to take care of the basketball, and take it one game at a time.
\"I thought we came out a little flat. That's stuff we have to concentrate on, especially at home. We just wanted to have a good win going into the Big 12 and I think everybody knew that. Everybody in our starting five and our bench was getting us into it. The crowd did too. We just needed to come out with some type of energy to get a run going.\"
\"I think it differs on what type of lineup we're facing, but Tyree can face taller guards too. It's good because I don't have to go up and handle the ball as much. We have two point guards in there who can both get it up the floor on their own. It's good that we can have an outlet on either being. We don't have to try to get it to one person to get the ball up the floor.\"
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