And how it relates to what seems to be frequent late game collapses under Don Brown. Please don’t get me wrong, I am glad Don Brown is here, and I much prefer an aggressive defense to our traditional bend and sometimes break under previous regimes. My question is this. Is it possible that playing this hyper aggressive style of defense is impossible to pull off for 60 minutes? Yesterday, I fully expected the Wisconsin defense to wear down in the second half as they were on the field a ton in the first half, and while our running game was not super productive, we were pounding on them in the trenches, and I expected them to soften in the second half. Instead, clearly our defense ran out of gas in the third quarter. I am trying to understand why this might be, which brought me to the question of whether the pace we set in the first halves of games simply isn’t sustainable. In boxing terms, are we punching ourselves out with this defensive style? By the way - this observation isn’t just yesterday. In many games in the Brown era, our defenses have wilted in the 4th quarters of games. I’m not suggesting we play less aggressively, just wondering if maybe more player rotation might help in other positions besides DL or maybe mixing in some zone looks to conserve some energy for 4th quarters. Thanks.