Disappointed, embarrassed, you name it.
I stuck it out as long as I could. I just came to a point where it took me four seconds to drop back on a five-step drop. By that time, I'm sacked.
Sometimes I think that you have to swallow your pride a little bit and know when you are done.
Given his violent history and the violence in this case in Tennessee, I would consider parole to be unlikely.
Sometimes I think he knows the offense better than coach [Norm] Chow.
It shows a lot of courage by our offense, ... With a big crowd in a big game, you'll be behind sometimes. The offense kind of sputtered a little in the second half, but we came through when it counted.
The team spirit was amazing. The key was our second-half performance. We didn't play as much rugby as we would have liked and we didn't play too smartly in the last five minutes.