"Then I chose 10 guys – one freshman and nine other starters – and after that meeting, we just sat down and had a heart-to-heart. I don't know if that discussion did anything, but all I know is that from that day forward, our kids had had enough. They felt embarrassed, they knew they let a game slip away. … We get to Rochester, and all I can tell you is, the players took over. I've been here for 16 years, and we've had some great teams. I don't think anything can beat the 2011 team that went to the quarterfinals and played the reigning national champions in [the University of] Wisconsin-Whitewater, but I've never experienced the energy from start to finish from our players in all of my years coaching football. I can't explain it."