I'm a good sounding board for John. I would like to pat myself on the back a little bit because I think the way I treated him allowed him to treat his players the same way. I know that I got a little criticism at the end-of-the-year press conference because I maybe put up too rosy of a picture, but it's how you deal with failure, more than failure itself. And I really was so proud of the way he, especially, dealt with failure [and] that it was a huge silver lining for me. I didn't make up my optimism in that press conference that day. I know people wanted me to be madder or express my disappointment in a different way. But you can't trust in people's competence in a chance business – because you're questioning their competence – and this was not a competence issue. This was bad breaks, bad situations, bad injuries, a lot of things conspired to remind us that maybe we're not as good as we think we are. It's a humbling experience to lose, but humble men do great things from losing. You learn from it, and I watched John handle it as well as a coach could.