For sure I wish I could go out there and do good. I wish Wallace the best, and I would really like to throw over 100 [yards] and run for a touchdown.

It was interesting. We all shared one shower for males and one for the females.

I have to admit, when I saw [Wallace] come out I knew he was going to give me a good challenge. I knew I had to step my game up, because Wallace stepped his game up. I knew it was going to be a good competition.

It was eye-opening for the students because they were literally picking up bits and pieces of people's lives.

We're as blessed by helping as the people we help. It makes you realize just how fortunate you are.

We took about 65 students and spent fall break down there. We mostly gutted homes that had been flooded by the tidal surge. It was putrid. The homes hadn't been touched since Katrina hit.

I feel a lot more comfortable. Last year showed me a lot more new things. Now I am used to everything. Really, everything is just another walk-through.

Normally, three runs is enough, especially in this league. We can't give any team extra outs like we did in that fourth inning.

It was a lot different at school today. I was getting a lot of congratulations; had people jumping on me still.