Golf is the epitome of mental toughness. How many times have you guys had one bad shot that led to another, and another, and another? Tiger is one of the bests because of how he could close. No one could match it. Look at the guy who missed the easy putt this year to win his first (and probably) only major. A 5 foot putt that he is 99% at in practice. Speaking of practice, I have no doubt there's a different team that shows up on Tuesday than Saturday. When there's no pressure, no parents watching, no girls watching, no friends watching, no risk, but also no reward you can play relaxed. It's a lot more difficult to do so when you have 50K screaming fans watching your every move, even if you are the home team. This team is soft as hell. Sure, youth explains some of it, but definitely not all of it. It's why when we were up 28 at KU we couldn't close. The playcalling was bad and the QBs stats were being padded, but we still should have won going away. Goodson muffs the punt against CSU and the team implodes after that. Do I blame Goodson? He screwed up, make no doubt, but what about how the team reacted to it in the 2nd half? It's why a Jim Harbough led Stanford team beat a USC team as 40.5 dogs because there is no way in hell they should have won. It's why a bad Sacramento State team beat us (again, along with playcalling). We thought we could win by just showing up and gave up when we were up 14. We played tough against USC (in the first quarter last year, but we don't have the horses...that happens) and Utah last year. We lost so many games when the team walked out for the coin flip. The only previous time I remember us hitting people in the mouth was Hawk's first year (that defense deserved better than to have BJax at QB) and against OU and TT (because of senior led Dizon and TWheat). This was reflected in the "The team that ended the stream photo" last year. Seriously?! They were proud to stop the streak?