"You know, a win or loss obviously makes a difference. If you win, you feel good, because some of the little mistakes in your head are overlooked. But if you lose, those same little points are magnified. You think, 'Darn, I missed that block,' but we won, so they didn't say anything about it. But if you miss that block, and the end result is a loss, that's something that kind of sticks in your mind. And the only way you can get rid of that is getting a win the next week."