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.
They put pressure on us and got to us a few times. They hit us where we are weak.
Sometimes I think he knows the offense better than coach [Norm] Chow.
It dampers it quite a bit, ... You win 12 games and that's extremely hard to do in college football and you end up with nothing to show for it.
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.
The mood is still good in the camp. The game against Italy coming along so soon is great for us because it is a chance to test ourselves again, put in another good performance, and hopefully get a win.