“There’s no way you can prepare for something like that,” fullback Alexander Teich said. “You can’t tell somebody what it’s going to feel like. Once you’ve lived it, you know. That’s kind of a good thing about a lot of guys on this team. There’s a lot of guys that were in that locker room that day that felt that pain, so they know what it feels like to lose that game. It eats at us. It’s been eating at all of us for a while.”
For almost one year, actually. Three short hours will determine whether it lingers longer.
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