"I told him that I used to think that I had poise until I met him," Caldwell said. "I used to think I had a sense of self-control until I met him. I used to think that I was somewhat unflappable until I met him. So there are a lot of things that he does that there is no way I can emulate because that's just not my character. But there are some things that come very naturally to me. But the biggest thing overall that I learned from him is the one thing that he told me one day is that in terms of making decisions and et cetera, it's not about me. Oftentimes, I think – and I've said this before – head coaches try to draw a line in the sand sometimes, and you pound on the podium and sort of demonstrate your control with certain actions. He never wanted to step out into the spotlight where it became about him. It was all about the team, and I think I've tried to keep that going. I think some of that is natural for me because I don't seek publicity or anything of that nature. Not that I'm not comfortable with it. I just think that there are more important things going on around here than what I do. I think it's the guys who play this game that make the difference."