The toughest part for us is being so far ahead of where they are, we have to stop, ... We forget that even though we're dealing with 9th-through-12th graders, they've never played so we have to evaluate ourselves as a staff. Take tackling. Some of them are learning and you talk to them, try to teach them and they have that far away look in their eyes and you have to go over it again.
Not once in any of this have they ever complained about what we've asked them to do, ... It's an acceptance factor that they've come to us and said, 'Whatever you want us to do. We're here to do this to the best of our ability.' And the ability is sometimes limited, but you couldn't ask for better kids than what we've got.