“With a crowd like that, it helps. It really does. There’s so much motivation,” Taylor said. “It’s like you want to do it for them. You want to succeed. You don’t want to let anybody down and stuff like that. So they’re very helpful. They really are. They keep us rocking. They keep us going.”
Taylor wants people to start saying that not many teams come into the Huntsman Center and beat the Runnin’ Utes. They enter Thursday’s game against Texas State with an 11-game winning streak at home.
A loud, supportive crowd, Loveridge added, makes a big difference.
“It’s already hard to go on a road game and win,” he said. “But then when you have an atmosphere like that it makes it even tougher.”
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