"That's interesting because we talked about that this morning as a staff," Ford said Monday morning. "You never know how 17- and 19-year-old kids are going to react. There are still roads that Towson can obviously take, and I know how Rob would like to have them react, and that is, they're very upset about having gotten beat, and they're going to come back and rectify that game and every other game on the schedule. Or the other thing happens with college kids sometimes -- and they dwell on that game and they dwell on that game and they dwell on that game, and the old cliché, 'Don't let one loss lead to two,' [comes into play]. I think the Duke college basketball coach [Mike Krzyzewski] said it best after every play, that whether they're coming down the floor with a basket or a steal, he's yelling to them, 'Next play.' I think the same thing is true of college football players. Next game. Let's bring it on."