"If we have a fastbreak, we're certainly going to take it," he said during a conference call Tuesday morning. "We saw some things that [fifth-seeded North] Carolina had done where they really tried to push it going from defense to offense. So we'll certainly look at that. I supposed it could be a high-scoring game, and we wouldn't back down from that – although both offenses have been patient at times. If the other team is playing good defense, both teams like to be efficient at the offensive end, especially us with the faceoff situation. So I have no idea. Would we shy away from it or not like it? No, not necessarily. [At] Syracuse, the fastbreak style and the fast-paced style is in our blood, and we'll take it if it happens. But if it's not there, we've got to be patient."