The kind of reaction that makes us feel the best is when people leave, in some way, inspired.
He's not afraid to not conform . . . and that can upset people, so it's pretty correct [that there's two clear schools of thought on Connolly]. He would have his enemies, but he'd have a lot of supporters as well.
Things that don't quite make sense can be our most valuable tools.
You can't get a quality game of rugby when someone like that is in charge. He didn't allow any phases or play to develop. There was no continuity. The players got frustrated. When you are trying to get people to come and watch club rugby you can't have it killed as a spectacle like that. I know referees have to learn but this guy has been around for a while and I don't see any improvement.
A lot of things have to come together, but storm conditions like this happen fairly frequently in the country.
You try to get your guys to realize what the challenge is because of what they're known for.
I think he's Peter Pan. It's like he's barely touching the ice ... Jeff has this light, effortless kind of spring and agility that is just incredible.
Lewisville by itself, if breeched, could send enough water to overtop the Dallas levees.
I take my hat off to the guys because they rose to the challenge today. We knew what had to be done and we went out there and did it. We had a fairly frank talk at training and, as a result, we played with the required intensity today. I thought that we commanded the game.
That's something we've not seen before in this class of proteins.