I've always thought that I had coached in some very important games. Coaching a group of American high school players against the Soviet National Team in Moscow, Russia and Kaunas, Lithuania, I thought was important. Coaching in 3 State Championship games, well, I thought that was important. Two of those were during a stretch of 64 wins in a row. I coached in a State Championship game where we were 39-0 going in and 40-0 at the end of the game for an undefeated season. That was pressure. I have now coached in a hugely significant, almost monumental, colossal, most important game in the history of softball.
Well, maybe it wasn't but the other coaching staff must have felt that way. Isn't if something how seriously people take themselves.