"The intensity and competing, we were there in the whole game.""We weren't as sharp defensively. We got spread out too much and were more focused on their 3-point shooters than being in our gaps. We stopped making (Indiana Wesleyan senior guard Jordan Weidner) make decisions on ball screens. His decision was to go to the basket or throw it to Mahurin every single time. We needed to force him to make a decision, whether to kick it out or make somebody else beat us. We didn't do that.""The adjustment that we made was to bring whoever was setting the screen (Saint Francis junior forward Austin Fox) would guard and then we'd just switch it. But the biggest thing was on the hedge, they cleared out the one side and the (Saint Francis) guy on the weak side was not in the lane. He should have been over there.
"On the hedge, the roll guy is going to be open, but it's got to be everybody else that follows suit in rotations."