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Topic - Marcos Tamares
Back on March 10, one of Norfolk State's assistant coaches pulled Kyle O'Quinn aside during the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference title game against Bethune-Cookman.
Robert Jones was tired. Going on four hours of sleep, the Norfolk State assistant coach stood in the middle of the cramped locker room at CenturyLink Center on Friday and handed out his nine-page recipe to beat Missouri.
An overview of Norfolk State as it heads into the NCAA tournament as a No. 16 seed.
Pendarvis Williams scored 22 points to lead Norfolk State to a 71-61 win over Howard on Wednesday night in the quarterfinals of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament.
"We tell him all the time you've got to get that dog in you, but he's just joking around," senior forward Marcos Tamares said. "Off the court, he's a clown. Even sometimes on the court he's one."
"When it's a big game, he gives you a good speech," Tamares said. "He gives you the extra oomph."