"I shouldn't have to use it. It should speak volumes," he said. "We've got good kids, and I think they have good intentions. They work hard, but hard is a relative term. If you watch some of these teams that are advancing and playing in the postseason, it just seems that these guys play at a really hard pace consistently, and I think that's something we have to get to. I shouldn't have to use this to motivate our players. The motivation has to come from within, and that's something we've addressed. It starts in the weight room, it starts with our academic responsibilities."