Q&A with Aaron Craft and Cait Craft

Tom Tiberio

Aaron: I remember she was going through the recruiting process, and I didn't think it was going to happen even then. It's been great. We see each other just about daily here at the gym-which is where we spent most of our time when we were home anyway.

Aaron: Pretty competitive.

Cait: [Laughs.] Everything we do is always about who's going to win, and whoever does win just doesn't let the other person hear the end of it, until the next time.

Aaron: Which I won. On record. Do you still offer each other constructive criticism?

Cait: If it's after a game and everybody's telling me, "Good job, you played well," Aaron's the first person to put that to rest and tell me what he saw. I don't foresee that ever stopping, even if we win by 50 ...

Aaron: She probably missed a free throw or something.

Cait: At the end of the game, I give the ball to Aaron.

Aaron: Threes, I gotta give her the ball.

Aaron: This place is great. When I say, "I'm gonna go home," I consider coming here. I love spending time here. Over the years, you pick favorite spots to go eat and just meet great people.

Aaron: I frequent the Dairy Queen on Fifth. They actually know my order there ... It's a cookie dough Blizzard with chocolate ice cream. It's big time. The first time they knew my order, I said, "I've made it."