By Dory LeBlanc
Orlando Antigua has a lot going on these days.
Named USF's men's basketball head coach on Monday, Antigua will ride out the remainder of Kentucky's season as assistant coach - which includes a trip to Texas for the Final Four.
How is he handling the whirlwind of the past 48 hours? The Bulls' new skipper said he has to focus on one task at a time.
"You have to compartmentalize everything and take things as the minute comes," Antigua said. "Try to be as organized as possible and concentrate on the task that's right in front of you and not to get too far ahead because then it can get away from you.
"There's so many things that you have to start thinking about and consider when you take on a new job, but you're going to have to be loyal and respectful to the current position that we're in, and just handle that first before you can move on. And not only to the staff, the players and everyone at Kentucky that put me in position to get the head coaching job at South Florida."
To hear the entire conversation with Antigua, including his emotions about getting his first head coaching position at the collegiate level, click the player below: