Q: It seemed like the offense could barely get on the field in the second half let alone do anything.
A: With those new rules with the clock it went, I didn't realize how fast it went but it went by fast. You get like 15 to 20 less plays. You have to be a lot more efficient.
Q: How big of a lift is it to get an overtime win like that?
A: I think that mentally it might help a little bit but a win is a win. Special teams played a good role, turnovers, we have to take care of the ball. Their quarterback, I've got to give it out to him. I told him, ‘you impressed me.'
Q: Did you kind of lose Todd (Blythe) there in the second half and then in overtime you found him again?
A: They intercepted me and defensively they did some good things. They left the outside open one on one so if they were going to leave him one on one I was going to take it.
Q: When it was like 3rd and 17 there in overtime, things weren't looking good.
A: You can't really think about that. You've just got to know what to do and try to make plays. I kind of left it behind him but he came up with a big play. Everybody came together and this was about as big, for teaching purposes, as good as you can get a win.
Q: Is there disappointment and excitement both from this win? How do you separate the two?
A: Oh you celebrate now and then you come back tomorrow and try and get better.