Same thing as Mbah a Moute. He's limited. I think the big thing was that he only shot two free throws. Noah just got into everybody's head and they decided they couldn't beat him, so they stopped taking it at him.
51 min., 4 points, 11 rebounds, 4 turnovers
Lorenzo Mata was out of it, Darren Collison was out of control. Only four points from the bench, which had been a staple of UCLA's march this far. Not only did they get nothing from the bench, they were actually hurt when their reserves were in the game.
Ben Howland, Coach
This grade is more of a lifetime achievement award. He deserves a lot of credit for bringing them this far. That's a bigger-picture grade. They'll be back. And not only will they be back, but they'll be better.
He was really Florida's best player. Noah gets all the props, but Green was their best player Monday night because the big concern entering the game was that UCLA's D would create turnovers. Florida had just six turnovers, and he's the reason.
The only thing that may have been better than his shot-blocking was his passing. He ended up with only three assists, but I think he had a lot of hockey assists tonight -- the pass that led to the pass. His ball handling against UCLA's pressure was critical.
Someone's got to get a B besides Humphrey. They probably deserve an A. The bench contributed 34 minutes without a turnover.
Billy Donovan, Coach
In the end, he was the reason I picked Florida in this game. And the best thing that he did, as soon as the game was over, he didn't even bother celebrating until he went over to Ben Howland and the UCLA bench. He's the whole package and a class act and a quality individual. I'm genuinely happy for him.