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cheap michael kors bags Calvi hopes for continuation of positive play, wins from his South Alabama team at No. 22 Arkansas South Alabama head coach Mark Calvi said he liked what he saw in how his team performed, approached the game, in the Jaguars' win over Jacksonville State on Tuesday. He said he hopes that play and approach carries over this weekend at Arkansas. (Mike Kittrell/mkittrell@al.com) - Yes, the team has alot of new players this season. And yes, many of those players are young. Andyes, the Jaguars' lineup looks a lot different this year - in names andapproach - than it did a year ago. But that doesn't mean the Jags are preparing for thisweekend's three-game series at No. 22-ranked simply looking to getbetter. That's not the approach at all, head coach is quick to note. "We didn't come up here just to play well - 'Hey, let's goon the road and play an SEC team.' We came up here to win,'' South Alabama headcoach Mark Calvi said. "That's the message I told the guys. We came up here towin. ... We're not coming up just to get better and see what we can do. No, we'recoming up here to win. No question about it.'' The 3-4 Jaguars are playing their first ranked team of theseason in facing the Razorbacks, who are 6-0. The teams meet at 3 p.m. todayfor a single game. Originally, the schedule was for single games on Saturdayand Sunday, but Calvi said it is likely they will switch to a doubleheader onSaturday to avoid the projected rain that is expected in the Fayetteville areaon Sunday. Regardless of the schedule, Calvi said he wants to see moreof what he saw from his team in its 4-2 win over Jacksonville State at StankyField on Tuesday. "Unfortunately with the two rainouts, I wish I knew moreabout the team coming into this weekend,'' he said. "The better competition youplay, the more you find out about who your guys are. I'm looking - every practice,every intrasquad - I'm looking to find out more about the team. The mostimportant thing I can do as a coach is know who your personnel is before youcan try to manage them and put them in the right position to be successful, ifyou have enough guys. "I so wish we could have played Wednesday (rainout of secondof two games against Jacksonville State). They played at the right gearTuesday. For the first six games it was some guys looking around saying, 'OK,who's going to do it? Who wants to do it? I don't know if I do, so who wants todo it?' Tuesday night, against a good Jacksonville State team - they're goingto win some games; they've got some quality players and a bunch of returners -and our guys, you could see it when they stepped on the field, they had adifferent kind of gear. "It was almost like you could see a little bit of gel goingon with the team. It wasn't like, 'I hope you're going to do it,' it was, 'If Idon't get this done and I know you're going to do it.' And that's a bigdifference. I saw that Tuesday and I was looking forward to them duplicatingthat same effort. I'm not saying win on Wednesday, because you can't reallycontrol that. But I wanted to see the same effort and the same way they playedtogether (Tuesday) because it was the best it had been all year.'' Learning to play together is a key with a team that hasseveral newcomers, Calvi said. Finding that togetherness is the key to pushinga young team and a new team toward its potential,'' he said. "I think they are learning how to be good within a teamconcept,'' Calvi said. "I told these guys, 'Every player on this team has tofind a gear in which they compete in and they have to stay close to that gear. Ifyou go too fast, you're out of control and if you go too slow, the game is toofast for you when it finds you.' I really thought a lot of individuals we'refighting to find the gear at which to compete at South Alabama, individuallyand as a team. Tuesday night, it looked like they found it.'' More of the way the team played - getting good pitching anddefense and timely hitting helps lift the Jaguars past JSU - is what Calvi isseeking this weekend against a talented Arkansas team and at a venue that isexpected to feature close to 7,000 fans cheering for the home team. "Momentum is all about the guy on the mound so hopefully weget some good pitching performances this weekend, which we have since the20-walks that first weekend,'' Calvi said. "There are some signs of them reallyplaying well together and hopefully we can take that into this weekend.''