"I think you've seen that already in the NCAA tournament, in the history of the tournament, if there is a big upset in that discrepancy of the seeding, it's because the better players of that low seed have played great games," Enfield said. "I'm not sure there's a magic formula for it. If there was, I don't know it. But, I think the parity in college basketball right now, you'll probably see a lot of upsets in this tournament and that's the reason you see so many upsets during the regular season. There's a lot of good players in this country. Just because you're at a mid-major school doesn't mean you can't compete with the power conferences."
"We felt like we had to win this year just to keep up with everyone else at the school," Enfield said.