While Cote did disrupt Anderson's timing a lot, lets be honest - he landed nothing of note in this fight.
Sure, he caused Anderson to be a bit more cautious then usual, and Cote does deserve credit for that, but he never made it seem like he would or even could win that fight.
Anderson was doing what Anderson does - picking his shots, setting up his range and timing, and waiting for the right time to strike. It just so happens that Anderson respected Cote's power and chin enough that it took him longer to find those things that he was looking for.
I do believe that, in the end, Anderson would have poured it on and finished the fight. Of course there are no guarantees, but that's what I expected, anyway.
Oh, and Patrick, dude, you in no way shape or form "******him up". Not in any sense of the word, bro.