It was a special, special weekend down in Sarasota, Florida. We raised so much money for the V Foundation. Cancer research is so, so important as the late, great Jim Valvano said near the end of his life. The Ritz-Carlton in Sarasota became the sports capital of the world with over 80 sports celebrities and over 850 people in attendance overall. We met our goal of raising over $1 million for cancer research. The final totals were still being accumulated, but the weekend was a great success. We raised awareness in this battle to beat the dreaded disease. There were a number of youngsters brought on stage to show that the dollars work in helping save lives. I can not thank the honorees, Jim Calhoun, Bobby Bowden and Bill Self enough for their generosity and time. The sponsors did so much to help the cause. The people behind the scenes, Mary Kenealy, Janet Allen and Elise Kashmiry, were so special, working so hard to make this happen. This is a year-round project, not some chicken dinner and the logistics are incredible. I want to thank my family for their support. My wife, Lorraine, is a rock through this event. It is so emotional, seeing these kids and telling their stories. Thanks to so many great people, we have reached many lofty goals. We went over the $10 million mark for total dollars raised at the various Dickie V Galas. Year after year, people have shown so much heart, they have done so much to help us in our effort. It is so important to win this battle against cancer. Kids should be playing outside and not having to deal with chemotherapy. We have made some great strides over the years. There is still a lot of work to be done.