Head Coach Zach Spiker (Ref.: Navy's comeback) "It was a decent lead, but in college basketball, especially with all the emotion and all the emotion in an Army-Navy game, I don't think any lead is ever to safe. That was certainly the case today. I don't think there was a lack of intensity because of the lead. I felt it was some defensive execution in terms of getting stops. They drove the ball at a very efficient rate in teh second half. For Navy, six threes is a pretty average three-point shooting game. Usually they hit eight or nine."
(Ref.: Army's field goal shooting and turnovers during Navy's run) "I think sometimes they go hand in hand. We had a dry spell, and it was compounded by turnovers. Our execution didn't match our energy. I thought our energy was good all day long, but our execution didn't match it, and it certainly came back to bit us." (Ref.: Chris Harris' second-half performance) "Chris Harris is a tremendous player and a very good talent. There is no way you're going to shut Chris down. I wish we could have contained him a little bit more. If I'm correct, he only played six minutes in the first half and had two threes. I wouldn't necessarily say we shut him down. It was the fact that Chris happened to be in foul trouble."