Some have said that you and the other new coaches have injected some fresh life into the program. Is that something you've noticed as one of those new faces?
I don't know. That's one of those things that's kinda tough to say. This is one of the most successful programs — obviously, since college football started — but also during Coach Stoops' tenure. Bob's expectations are national championships, and heck, he's played in four of them. There's a bunch of great coaches out there that can't say that.
I think everybody has a role, and you do your role or your job to the best of your ability, whatever that may be. I think new ideas — whether we use them or not — it's just sitting in there and talking about different things. Whether it be offense, defense, recruiting, special teams, any of those things.
The best way to get better is to constantly learn. Every year, I go out and talk to people. I go to O-line clinics. If I can get one thing that'll help us win, that's what I'll work on.
I just think sitting around, talking, seeing what Jerry did at Michigan, what they were doing at Auburn, all those things, and what we've done at places I've been at, and seeing what fits here. Some of those fit here and some of those don't.