Quoted for truth. Take USU’s game there in 2011. They go down 28-7 heading into the half and the bows have all the momentum, not to mention our starting qb Chuckie Keaton is hauled out on a stretcher with a neck injury. We come out after halftime and, with our backup qb Adam Kennedy, we orchestrate four scoring drives, the final one ending with a TD with a few seconds remaining to take the lead and win the game. But you go back and watch that game and still, to this day, I’m amazed at the amount of luck we had in that second half, in terms of avoiding near turnovers at crucial moments and the number of plays that went our way. The Stanley Morrison TD catch, for example, the ball is thrown into double coverage where it looks like either one of the DB’s end up with an easy pick, but miraculously the ball ends up in Morrison’s arms, both DB’s fall down, and he walks in for the TD. Strange, indeed.