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“This year it’s more about we know we’re going to get to play, so we’d better go in focused,” Foley said. “They feel like they can keep playing. That’s a huge difference, being glad to get there and being determined to go in and play well.”

Reed is also ready for another chance to prove what UALR is capable of.

“I know it’s possibly the last game that could be played, so I feel like it’s going to be a battle regardless of who you play,” Reed said. “I felt like that last year and this year. I know I didn’t care at all who we played. I have never been afraid of anything in my life. I’m not about to start now.”