STOGLIN: But it wasn't just that Nolan had winning teams.
ROSE: He'd only bring in good kids.
LITTLE YVONNE: Every team—my 15 big brothers.
STOGLIN: Every coach preaches that his team is family. But Nolan lives that. Rose would cook meals for the players. Didn't seem like there was ever a time I visited when one of the players wasn't spending the night at their house.
ROSE: And when we left Snyder, the whole town gave Nolan a day.
(Across the stage, lights come up on Nolan, who stands under a banner that reads: NOLAN RICHARDSON DAY.)
NOLAN: God, I loved that little town. We still keep a house there, and it's been eight years since we left.
(Lights fade out on Nolan. Stoglin and Haskins exit.)
ROSE: But it was just the same when we got to Tulsa. Nolan was just as popular, and the team kept winning.
LITTLE YVONNE: Daddy won the NIT the first year we were there.