"WIlliam Robert "Rob" Gordon" is a former New Zealand rugby union player. A Rugby union positions#Back row/loose forward, Gordon represented Otago Rugby Football Union/Otago and Waikato Rugby Union/Waikato at a provincial level. He was a member of the New Zealand national side, the All Blacks, in 1990 on the tour on France, during which he played three matches but no tests. He also appeared in a New Zealand XV in 1991 playing unofficial tests against Russia and Romania. Between 1997 and 1999, Gordon played 17 test matches for Japan national rugby union team/Japan, including three games at the 1999 Rugby World Cup.

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We're not going to hold anything back. We're definitely going to go there in attack mode.

I felt like it was a great, great shot attempt. Especially in that situation.

It was probably one of the top five most physical games I've ever coached in.

I think we can [get better].

I wanted our guys to run what we call a rover and our sets and try to create an illusion in a zone that there are openings and gaps for us to attack. We didn't attack those like we needed to.

I don't know how you can say it was not a good shot. It was a little off-balance shot with time running out. I think it was a great attempt.

Since we've been at Eustis, I don't think we've played in a more physical game.

It seemed like very time we had a little spurt, they hit a clutch shot.

In terms of effort, there is not a single bit of difference.