Shaw on playing UCLA for the second time in six days and what kind of chess match will be going on between the coaching staffs on Friday in the Pac-12 Championship Game: "I think there’s going to be even more of that this game. I’m still a firm believer in what John Gruden used to always say, which is “don’t try to coach the game out of the player’s hands”. The players still have to play, they have to be comfortable with what you are calling, and they have to feel good about everything you ask them to do. But at the same time, you are looking at some things that we did extremely well that we know UCLA will try and counter, and we have to anticipate what that counter might be. There is some things that they did well that we have to make sure we shore up – how to defend their big tight end and all those things. So, there is going to be some things that happen in this game that are going to be a reaction to what happened in the last game, which makes this thing very interesting."
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