The odd thing for me personally following
Posted on: March 30, 2012 at 12:15:09 CT
that game wasn't really a feeling of frustration or anger. It was an epic jobbing and just an absolute tidal wave our players were fighting against in that second half. Its mindboggling how many blown calls there were, not of the 50/50 variety but just incorrect or missed altogether calls. Everyone one of which in isolation essentially decided the game ultimately.
But afterwards I just felt a calm sense of relief. You knew that was going to happen, and it did. But we would never again have to ask our players to go into that enviroment, and we left that game demonstrating we were at least 15 or so points better than them on that day. Just happened to be that being 15 points better wasn't enough.