It's quite the accomplishment. That's pretty dang good.
What we're getting in the way of help from the weather up here, we're not getting down there (in Texas),
We don't want to let people score. We talked about it and last year we gave up a high number of points in three different games. That's just not all 11 guys believing in the system. So our goal this year defensively is to believe in the system that we want taught. We want to win football games by playing defense versus offense.
I thought we did some real good things and I thought we self-destructed as well. Our big deal is that we need to get all 11 guys tough.
He could put together a pile of cement and steel beams, knowing you would look at it at a certain angle and you would think it was twice as big as it really was.
It was previously contained, but escaped because of high temperatures and low humidity, which is what we're concerned about.
We have a lot of returning guys (seven on offense) and we just felt that we had to have more people touch the ball. So we had to get rid of last year's offense to do that. We had to put some pressure on our skill guys. We need our skill guys to make plays. So we are going to allow them to try to do that.
There's some sense that at least with blood pressure, it's fairly easily measured, and if there is an increase, then the physician can take the patient off the drug fairly quickly.
He provided the foundations of the park. All of the things that help give it that weird sense of reality are Fred's doing.
The players want to leave a legacy that they were tough. When they get out on the field they want their opponents to say. 'You know what, those guys were tough.' That's what I would say the attitude of our team is.