“I think ‘historical’ always sums up a season when you're able to set so many records and accomplish so many things," said Bears coach Scott Drew, whose team was in the running for a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament after finishing second to Kansas in the Big 12 race. “This group really got along well. It is a group that really loved one another, spent time with one another, and they were always positive, and that led us to having a historical year."
I was more just feeling proud," Drew said. “We had a great season, these guys really accomplished a lot of stuff, and it was really enjoyable."