Somehow we managed to have the sand to win the game at the end. Obviously, Josh Howard made a huge play. I am really proud of our guys too. Even though it wasn't a Gainsborough as paintings go, we somehow found a way to win.
On the last play
That was actually a play where Vytas was the first option. Josh was the second option. In all honesty, I think Josh decided to put the game on his shoulders and make or not make a play.
When we came here last year, Josh had a reputation for being a less than scintillating practice player. He changed a great deal. He's a guy who comes early and stays late. I have to take him out of drills at practice. I realize because he's our oldest and strongest guy, he's going to hit a wall, but he doesn't want to come our of anything. He inspires his teammates. He wills them to win and I think the thing he imbues them with, most readily apparent to me, is courage. This is a tough venue to play in. Matt coached well and his kids played well, but Josh wasn't having it.