"We want them to remember the opportunity that they had and let slip through their fingers," he said. "… In one way, you want them to remember the little things and the individual mistakes they made so that they can get better. Do we want to dwell on that? No way. There's no time for that. We've got Albany. So very quickly – and that's one of the neat things about the selection show on Sunday night – no matter what happens, it's a brand-new season. I know it's clichéd, but it's almost true. You almost forget your body of work that got you to be in position to be seeded in the tournament. You just don't have the time to dwell on what happened. You congratulate Ohio State. They deserved to win and they're a great team, but you've got to move on."