One thing to note is the Bears' use of the zone going both ways. While D5 was playing man, the Bears zone both directions is totally in the heads of D5 and affecting their throws and concentration. They manage to score, Redding to Segool as Segool sneaked around behind the deep in the zone to make it 13-10.
Now on D, while D5 do the same and go Z? they need to mix it up, it has been too comfortable for the Polar Bears.