"I think in order to stop being bullied, you've got to punch a bully in the mouth," Olukemi said. "Most bullies don't like to be punched and beat up. They like picking on people, but as soon as somebody else might hit them back, that's when you see their true character."
"I know that they deny the wings, they play tough and they try to bully people. If you play into that and you let their toughness affect you and your ability to play, you're playing into their hands," Olukemi said. "So, we've just got to come out and be the stronger team and stay mentally strong and take care of the ball."