A: "Well, there's always going to be a little of "Well, he didn't make that throw" or "He ran backwards 20 yards to get sacked for a safety" but you try to look at the whole thing and say "Here's what the numbers say." When you have some young guys, there's obviously going to be some trial by fire and even though teams are extremely talented and well coached, that doesn’t mean that you can’t be in the same arena and the opportunity to win a football game. Then you look around after three years and say "Well how come we're still lining up to do this when we should be lining up to do that." So there's always going to be some of that." Q: "How do you cope with CU losses?" A: "I think you kind of start with some different things, you end up getting smashed a little bit and you work out those things in there. You just go, "Well what can I drink?" and you kind of look around and see some different things, like beer or grain alcohol, and you go, "Ok, well do I have some wine too?" So there's that side too. All that stuff just kind of starts to seep in there. You just have to mix it up." Q: "So you're pretty numb by the end of games?" A: "Well, and you know what? That's awesome. That's where you want to be. You look around and you go, "Guess what, that's part of the whole deal, right there." Q: "Can your wife stand you during CU games?" A: "Well, she is so saintly that I don't ever think that she is going to say anything bad. But you get in there and you start to watch the whole thing unfold and you see things start to get out of hand a little, and you go "****" or "****" and maybe you start throwing things around a little. So then maybe you have a couple of gashers go against you and you go, "Ok, what can I throw now that I haven't already smashed." Then your wife comes in and goes, "Why is the coach still playing his son?" and you don't have an answer so you start to crack right there."