"Heart attack," Harris said. "This is way too much. Beyond a heart attack."
But Harris smiled as he spoke.
He knew the stress from watching his team blow a seven-point halftime lead, fall behind the Mustangs by 10 points midway through the fourth quarter and then score the final 12 points for a 50-48 win in Alexandria was worth it.
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