It was a shock. But it's a great feeling.
The main thing this year that I haven't had in the past is I hadn't had a chance to be out there every day.
I wasn't sharp, but I thought I battled. I didn't have my best stuff today. This one was kind of a gut-check game - give them a chance to win. And I thought I gave them a chance.
I told him 'We're not doing this again tonight.' And when he looked at me, I knew he knew what was going on.
For a young team, that's impressive. I think we're going to be OK.
If we can get the whole team back, we have a chance (to advance to state).
I think that's what makes (the show) a cut above — the writing of a metaphor, the writing about a fantastical world and bringing it into a real life context that is accessible,
(March 19, 1964 - )
The United States is a nation of laws: badly written and randomly enforced