Run in packs. That's the thing to do.
You don't really know how somebody's going to react when they get into the playoff atmosphere. You can tell by (Thursday), they're not scared.
It was frustrating, but I don't think you forget to hit overnight, ... The people here have been incredibly supportive all year. It helps to have a club and a manager that still believe in you even when you struggle.
This is one of the most resilient teams I've been on. Whether we get shut out, whether we lose, whether we win this team the next day, it doesn't faze them.
That stat doesn't matter when you're winning.
People are asking me for tickets, ... And I say, 'Well, my wife's coming to Chicago, and I don't even know if I have a ticket for her.
It's been a constant struggle. We started so bad. We were shut out so many times. We got beaten up early. You see this team in the World Series and say, 'How did it happen?' But here we are.
That hurt, that changed the match and it affected the way he wrestled. He didn't feel like he could pick Neal up. Neal is very good on his feet. The way Brett was wrestling on Friday, I didn't think anybody would touch him, but it's a great feeling. It's a great feeling for me as a coach. He's the first guy I coached who became an All-American (by placing in the top three).
The road is very hazardous. The ditches on each side are very deep and the road is extremely narrow. I guess it's gonna add some hassle for us but it will be better in the end.