"I think he's being generous when he says he celebrates for 24 hours. When you work hard and turn a program around, that part is so much fun, seeing it grow by leaps and bounds. And then when you get it to the point where you're truly competitive and you're doing a lot of things the right way, a victory doesn't feel quite as happy, as joyous. It's more of a relief because the expectations are so high. That's unfortunate, I've seen it happen in so many programs in history. I probably feel a little more joy than the coaching staff and I think the players do too because it's new to them."