Found October 29, 2011 on gopsusports.com:
A: I guess it's just something this team has inside them - needing to make a play, needing to getthe job done to do what it takes to get another win. Offense really played bad all day, I don't knowif it was the weather or what it was, we really didn't get it going early on. But in situations like that,we're going to rise and we're going to get it done.
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