"I thought in the first quarter, we did a really good job of sharing and moving and moving," Tillman said. "There were times when they'd have an invert defense. If you go behind, they'll jump in a defense, and if we don't have anything, the ball can tend to die there. The guys just didn't let it die. They'd move it up the side and move it up, and all of a sudden, they'd get out of that, and then we tried to keep attacking, attacking. I thought the guys did a really good job of just trusting that if we kept the ball flowing and played in a rhythm and guys just moved off-ball, we'd get some opportunities."