Yeah that period after halftime we finally got some (Gubb inspired) line speed on D, stopped their yards, and built our attack off the back of that. Question is why we can't do that from the first minute? I know one of Gould's philosophies is if you want to gauge if a team is "up" for a match, check out their line speed on D early on. Unfortunately we seem to sit on our haunches a lot and wait for the attack to come to us and opposition's get an easy roll on. Seems to take a long time for the penny to drop.