Mitt Romney's old debate coach, Brett O'Donnell, tells Fox News what Romney needs to do tonight.
"Clearly, the president will go on the offense, where he'll be more aggressive; so now Governor Romney's got to avoid taking the bait and getting on defense. He's got to stay on offense, as well.
The second challenge for him will be with realizing the audience in the room is also a participant, and he needs to make sure he is spending time connecting with people in the audience."
During the primary, Romney tended to play it safe after getting the lead, which always aided the perception he's a creature of political convenience. Tonight, he needs to go bold and big, once again, and play like he's still behind in Ohio; not like he's solidifying Florida.