So basically what we have here is that D5 needs to do what they did in the first half to come back from two upwind breaks to get on serve, here in the second half.
It's a tough spot to be in. If the NorCal Bears score downwind and trade they will win easily.
While D5 can bring the pressue by scring upwind. They get their first chance after a PBR hucks sails long, but a turnover on a bad throw gives the Bears their downwinder to 13-9.
Running out of time and facing the wind and their own lack of mojo, D5 has to now be chilly and score on O