More creative yet situationally aware in the red zone.
For much of the year, he would close down the playbook in the red zone to Ellis dives, BP runs and fades. Meanwhile, he (and CBM maybe) made some poor decisions in the GT and VT game late with a lead.
Against USCe, there was more variety, and a correct sense of urgency to keep the pressure on USCe. I think earlier in the year, we would have ended up kicking FGs a time or three on those drives. Punching it in on long multi-minute drives was back-breaking for USCe. Understanding that and keeping the variety in the red zone was a definite step up.