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Topic - Steve Davenport
"I think people just saw the big number and instantly put their bets on Savannah State," he said. "I don't think they put much thought into it."
"You preach the same message. We're going to get on the bus to Tallahassee with the thought of winning the game," Tigers coach Steve Davenport bravely told the Savannah Morning News. "The reality is the reality and we'll see how we pan out. The charge is to play as hard as you can for 60 minutes, no different than it was for Oklahoma State."