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“We do what it takes to win,” Rams’ coach Randy Cuthbert said. “The main goal is to move on and we are not worried about style points. When you have two good teams the momentum is going switch from side to side. We knew we would get their best in the second half.”
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“We have a great group of guys and we refuse to lose,” senior captain John Dubyk said. “I live for this.”
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“They were good backs, but our defensive line got