Example (audio clip):
Yeah, they had us the first half. I'm not gonna lie—they had us. We weren't defeated, but they had us. But it took guts, it took an attitude—that's all it takes. That's all it takes to be successful is an attitude. And that's what our coach told us. He said, “Hey, it's gonna be tough. It's gonna be hard. You're gonna go out there, you're gonna battle, you're gonna fight, you're gonna do it for one another. Do it for each other, you're gonna do it for yourself, you're gonna do it for us, and you're gonna go out with this win.” And we believed that, we truly did. And it's an awesome feeling. It's an awesome feeling when you truly believe that you're going to be successful.
First of all, I don't think that the first sentence in bold is grammatical. Do you agree?
As for the second sentence, that's where I have a problem. I don't think I fully understand what the speaking is trying to say. What win exactly is he talking about? Go out with it where? To the field or from the game?