LOL, that's the kicker and funny part to me. Union fans have talked about how well it was executed (and rightly so), but that AGAIN goes back to Graham and mental toughness. Mental toughness is a certain character and concentration in ALL phases of the game, before the game starts and how you behave and during the game, preparation, etc. Mental toughness or LACK of it is putting on the new shiney uniforms which may scare Lebanon (no offense) but they don't scare Union or Bluefield. Worry should be in how you play and prepare, not how you look. The 1950's through 1980's are over, you can no longer "fake out" a team on your last play with the old pitch left or pitch right and win the game from 60 yds out on the last play on a run UNLESS you are playing a team that doesn't seem to like concentrating on every play. That's mental toughness. You clearly tell your kids on defense to set the edge. Those very under the table, little tiny letdowns in concentration that Graham is so prone to having caught up with them....again. It's that simple. You could see the emotion from Union's kids when they come out of the locker room. You could see it when they were down 7-0 and driving on Graham that they wanted the game more. Mental toughness or lack of it, the perfect example today on NFHS.