Read or watch Kenny Boynton and Erving Walker as they talked to the media on Wednesday in preparation as Florida matches up with Marquette in the Sweet-16 of the NCAA Tournament.
Q. Obviously it would be fun no matter who you're playing, but because of Marquette's style how much fun do you think this game will be?
KENNY BOYNTON: I think it will be fun. It will be an up-and-down type game, a very physical game. I think the big keys to the game is getting back in transition and matching their physical.
ERVING WALKER: I think it will be a real physical game. I don't know if that's much fun. But Marquette's a great team. And at this time whoever you play is going to be a challenge.
Q. Can both you guys talk about Scottie and just what he did coming out early from high school and missing the senior year of high school, can you talk about that. Have you seen some maturation in him?
KENNY BOYNTON: I think Scottie, he made a big jump, skipping his senior year in high school. And I think when he came to college he worked hard. And he's handled it well.
Lately he's been hitting some outside shots. And I think as the year's gone on his offense has gotten better and better.
ERVING WALKER: I think Scottie's improved a great deal since he first came. He's always been a great defender, but I think his offense is improving game by game, and he's playing with a lot of confidence.
Q. When you lose a bunch right before the postseason starts, is there a tendency to kind of hit the panic button? How did you guys get out of that and turn it around?
ERVING WALKER: I would say we definitely didn't hit the panic button, but we knew it was time to buckle down and listen to coach and have some great practices before we got to the NCAA tournament. And I think it's definitely paid off for us.
KENNY BOYNTON: I think we were playing some good teams, Vanderbilt, Kentucky, Georgia. But we needed to do the small things, rebounding and getting back to the things that had lost us those games, and we focused in on them.
Q. Do you guys look forward to playing against a team that wants to go up and down the court and doesn't really want to turn it into a half court?
ERVING WALKER: I think that benefits us, a team that wants to go up and down. But like I said before, at this time of year everybody is good, so the style of play, I think it really doesn't matter. Each game is going to present a challenge, no matter who you're playing against.
KENNY BOYNTON: I agree with Erv, I think it benefits us. But we really have to getting back on defense. I think both of us are going to run, we just need to get back on defense and communicate.