“He seems to rise to the occasion and play well in important moments,” Tillman said. “I don’t think he wanted his career to end that way.”
It didn’t, not yet anyway. Cummings owned up and moved on from an early May miscue — and helped nudge his teammates along to the next round as a result.
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