The one thing we've been able to develop in this program is a little swagger.
It's just swagger, man, we're just having fun. That's basically what it's all about. We go out there and just have fun. We fly around all over the ball, we cause turnovers, we hit people. And that's what we like doing. So we're just having a great time. That's why we're playing so well.
There's definitely a little bit of a swagger.
We're definitely coming into the tournament with a little bit of a swagger. We're confident in our defense and pitching, but we've got to make sure we hit the ball and score some runs.
The biggest thing he talks about is winning and playing with a swagger.
What is easy is seldom excellent.
(September 18, 1709 - December 13, 1784)
[Friday], he was talking that [the knee] bothered him a little bit. He was hoping he could come in [Saturday] and feel pretty good. But it just didn't.
If your happiness depends on what somebody else does, I guess you do have a problem.