"We were up at Hofstra last week [for the quarterfinals], and I think there were 37 people cheering for us in a sellout crowd of 13,000," Corrigan quipped, referring to fans pulling for Albany. "I wanted to come to the press conference afterwards and say I apologize to all those people who wanted to see Albany here right now because it was clear that there weren't a lot of people rooting for us. We kind of just kept that mentality this week. Quite honestly, it's kind of funny. I read The Washington Post and The Baltimore Sun today, and I think they talked more about the Duke-Maryland matchup than they did the Maryland-Notre Dame matchup, and I said, 'OK, that's fine with us.' We like being those guys.'"