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Bringing in now he is the new head coach show of the UWM Panthers. He takes over for a while Jordan who I took off for. Butler his his home team so to speak and we bring in that ball win now who is a taken over the head man is the program how you don't coach. Underwear or we're doing well today so first and foremost your first head coaching gig when it comes to when it comes to college hoops you come from a successful program who saw a lot of success and really becoming K kind of became the Cinderella story last year how difficult was I mean obviously everybody was we had coached. But you really had some momentum going Mary in it at northwestern so how difficult was it to take the job. Our topic in this job yes. You know it wasn't difficult at all and go one of this same. That I think about is we'll restarted at northwestern or years ago. You know you see the potential pumping. You see that it has great base so. Good people. It's. Where I was right along the lake symmetry here Milwaukee. And I think there the prospect for or grow there's certainly there and they have to do. And so that I. Truly Truby. Understand at the bit and rightly so I know that's the place that you can win I know this is a place. You know with Wisconsin. And the surrounding area recruiting that you get things done so in what difficult call me. When you talk about coming from a program like northwestern that is on the rise in you've got a lot assert a lot of things there are a lot of recruit boy aspects. To that program then you come into Milwaukee obviously the UW panther really really upgraded to put a lot of money into that they've upped their marketing. They still needs some other things as far as niceties if you will. To help the program along. How do you overcome that when you're on the recruiting trail to say hey we've got this this is where you belong in in this is what we can cultivate as opposed to say some of the bigger programs that are out there where they may not BV star athlete they may be a star you go to Milwaukee to. Yet you know I think you know one of the things you talk about Asian cultures aren't aren't built that I'm a fiery young energetic. Eric coach and and I want guys that at that same passion desire that we haven't played our feet. That sell it. In bit I think Milwaukee the city itself can speak for so that the city. That they're built around very very are people. Are are working people's view and that's what I want supreme in this culture here with Milwaukee basketball. Era and you know I think. Beat the tradition and the other thing that you so has been done. And yes it. If me at bills are times in. You know sometimes Luger wondered. Down there in the basement or belts it where you want to call it. You know there's always an opportunity arise in and we just need you know those got that wants. Lock arms with bouts in and and play more of a potential winner. And you know I think that we have to Q is right now their attitude. Of being here yet they've they've got through a lot in the last half. Net years. But these kids are committed they work hard I watch out this morning and it was unbelievable deceit. How they competed in just and just trading in running this morning it was unbelievable. All the talk about that because you've got guys in this team that went through a lot of adversity last year they struggled to other record wasn't anywhere near with they wanted to be but towards the end of the season they started to put a few things together. As sort of feel good they became. A noticeable story again so. How do you then as the new head coach come in and try to pick up their momentum and build off of that from what was what was really started the end of last season. Yeah are I think the staff Lester they're great job of keeping. Morale. In getting note got to play extremely hard that's what I'm immune to. And that's what I told our guys regarding the momentum or how they finished. They needed to be proud of that. But also they they need to understand that there's no silly bet. There's a great opportunity to the PO. And and change. Where they work and there's some great things with that so. I'm very excited about. Where were going I'm excited about the guy that we had been here and they're all motivated they're all hungry that's social order which. I certainly carry with me every single day. How notable what do you take away from your experience a northwestern. You know. The Colts are building. You think that the one thing that it actually Bears is in order to win you have to epic culture and not just weird. You're your roster or we're yours just the staff it needs to be our athletic department he's beating our administration. And that's what I that's I took the AP. Joked also there at northwestern was great. Probably won the rest are good around the president was always felt very visible. The administration the you know we had. A staff who Brett managers that vote. In our ops guy the mean everybody that was in all in the program India athletic. Administration. They understood that the culture that we were trying to build. And I think that's. Part of that foundation. That when you want to win you have to capitals being complacent. And that's what actually take with me and bring here. And tried to establish. And I think wants and as soon as is our guys quickly understand. Almost seem to think that some good things happen. We don't talk about culture and I thought it was interesting you brought that out one of the biggest things in culture is trust. They went from Jeter to Jordan to you how do you get these guys to look you in the eye and trust you. What I just think Jerry it would break from work and shorten them dead arm. I'm here with them out work justice art and they will in order sort of to win. You know I think he would the other part trust issues. Just what your words in your actions. And I at shoulder and everything look a bit that I'm here with bill. That I've accountable just like I want them you count also. And this is this is a great situation for me in a fairly. Oh which will be here very so it's an hour away Aaron at away all this is where I want a piece. This is my big time I talked about that no it. You know every place that I go to a make it might be I mean this is certainly it. Aaron and I know that these guys can Entrust. In this process in in government get things done. Real quick before elegy go in and knowing the success the past success that they had in knowing some of the tumultuous things that have happened over the last couple years. One of the other jobs of a head coach is obviously going out and garnering support from the from the alarm. You know I. I know you probably already in many people -- already reached out to you that's that's a big task isn't it. You know it is. You know if we get it soldiers don't want to do that and we should find other line business or being mean. It is certainly a part of it but I love it about meeting people. I came from a situation where I'd do. A lot of alarms are new you know former players that even before being in after me after I left. And the pride that you had been. I was your school. You know whatever it where I came from and I understand the pride a lot of UW beloved happier so you know that's that's the thing that when I. Took this job I would. I want to make sure that everyone had ownership in this university. Everyone has ownership in this in this basketball program and it in all of our of the athletic programs that was very important to me so. If I I'm reaching out I'm calling and texting. Door toward the top of the hour but I wanna say best of luck to you we appreciate it we'll talk you soon okay. Okay thanks going to argue soon great answer or not we'll get Morgan bill Michael shipman or after the.