Have you bought your earplugs, yet? Miiiiiiiiiaaaaaaa, Miiiiiiiiiaaaaaa Well this game has suddenly become important. If we lose, we risk the distinct possibility of having to go to Washington on the 17th. If we win, we can go ahead and start planning our own tailgate for the 17th. More importantly, we need to show that we can play smart and as a team. If we get desperate and selfish, like the end of the game against Atlanta, we risk becoming last year's New York Power, where everyone stood around and hoped that Millie was going to save the day instead of playing as a team. I'm less interested in the result than how the team plays. Bad luck and bounces happen, no team will win every game it deserves to. I'm interested in the team's cohesiveness on the field. I want to see the "non stars" accept the challenge of doing their part, and not get trapped ball-watching, or even worse, ball avoiding. Hege, Birgit, and Unni can't lead this bunch to the Herndon by themselves. They also need to play smart, and make sure the rest of the team is involved. We saw a side of Birgit in Atlanta that we hadn't before. Frustration. I can guarantee you that six teams ordered a copy of that game tape. The NBA has its "Hack-a-Shaq" defense, well WUSA's got "Hack-a-Hun". Come on Courage!