"Everybody did their jobs," Luette said. "Offensively we had some good blocks, AJ was very smart at quarterback and didn't make any bad decisions. If he wasn't comfortable throwing the ball, he brought it down and ran it and that kept them off balance. Jamar, naturally with his speed, was doing a good job getting out and running through. He played smart and did what he needed to do and wasn't running all around the field.