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Wow! What a great night! Our WSU Shockers made us proud! Props to all the guys, they all worked together so well. Garrett Stutz was just fantastic. If they play like that Thursday night, they will be the NIT CHAMPIONS. Walking to our car, we passed two guys on the street, heard one say to the other, "Wichita, it's a city in Kansas". He said it not in a snide way at all, but in a, " I might want to check it out" kind of way. Very cool. On the light rail today I struck up a conversation with a former baseball player who considered WSU when he was looking at colleges and had a great opinion of WSU and Wichita too. As we were talking a man sat down behind us and interrupted to say, "too bad the Shockers are going to lose tonight." I really wasn't offended though my husband described him as too cocky. Anyway we struck up a very pleasant conversation afterall, but I must admit I looked around Madison Square Garden after the game, in hopes of seeing him. I probably could not have resisted saying, "What was that again that you said on the train this afternoon"? Sports, a great way to bring people together, even people cheering for different teams! GO SHOCKS!