When you're young, the more you do something, the more familiar it becomes, the more comfortable you are with it. You know how it is.
"David M. Pollack" is a former American college and professional American football/football linebacker who played two seasons in the National Football League (NFL), having suffered a career-ending injury in the second game of his second season. He played college football for the University of Georgia, was a three-time All-American, and was recognized as the top college defensive player in the nation. Pollack made 36 sacks during his collegiate career, third most in NCAA history. He was a first-round pick in the 2005 NFL Draft, and played professionally for the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals.More David Pollack on Wikipedia.
They worked closely with us and they listened well.
Coach can sit back there and tell you something, but unless you see him do it, sometimes you're kind of like, 'Oh, I don't know if that's going to work,' ... It's good to see it. It's been good to be around all these pros and see how they do things.
It's average, ... Not phenomenal by any means.
It'd be OK if went .500 and we gave it everything we got, ... But I want the national championship.
Learned more in these first couple weeks, and since I've started here, than I learned all through college.
You can't control all this stuff. A lot of people get caught up in the moment and do crazy things.
I definitely think there are differences. But all differences aside, you've still got to play the game and see who wins.
It was a lot of fun, ... It's different not being in there the whole time. I'm just trying to learn, trying to learn as much as I can from the coaches and trying to get as good as I can.