"It's fun when you get to run around and get wet a little, but when you're trying to execute and your coach is expecting it to look the same way as it does when it's dry, it gets a little bit tougher," he said.
"No, I would have taken the 100 and sweaty," Thomas said. "It's a little different to be in 60 degrees and rain and wind in the end of July. But it's part of the game. We played through it and everybody stayed focused."