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Hill acknowledged that he never envisioned going 13 for 40 in his first college start on the road.

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"It is frustrating, but hey, look at the conditions we were playing in. I am not one to make excuses and everything when we lose, but it is something we will learn from, and we will come back and we will be better at it. 13 of 40 is definitely something that we can improve on," he said.

Here's Hill on how he expects the team to respond:

"I don't know if you saw any practice, but we were pretty sharp today," he said Monday. "Obviously there is that mentality that we were frustrated. We were right there, we had a great opportunity to win the game. So there's that. And guys are hungry. I left our team meeting wanting to go play right now, and I feel like that is the vibes of the entire team, the thought that the entire team has.

Coach Anae said after practice that that is the focus that we need to have to go in and win a game. And that's the focus I expect all this week."




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