"I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction: 'I served in the United States Navy.'" - President John F. Kennedy

Season 2 - Week 3 Monday Morning Press Conference

Scene opens to a podium on a stage with Navy Blue and Gold tapestry behind it sporting the Navy logo of Bill the Goat

Several voices can be heard low in the background as a 6'4" light skinned man walks on stage

Coach James: Thanks for coming today everyone. Without wasting any time, let's get to your questions.

Reporter: What's your feelings about the offense so far coach?

Coach James: They're a great bunch and they want to win. They were embarrassed by Ohio State the first game of the season and they wanted to prove that that wasn't the team that they are and I'd say that's exactly what they did. 66 points is great no matter who you're playing.

Reporter: Offensively, Navy seems to be continuing right where they left off. Do you think anything will change for that by the end of the season?

Coach James: If by do I think we'll be throwing the ball more, absolutely. There are going to be games where we'll be relying on Kameron to carry our offense more and then there are going to be games where Andre and the gang carry the load more. That's the case with any team that's multi-dimensional. You just hope you're team is one of them.

Reporter: You're in the midst of a 3 game road trip coach. What do you think will be the toughest part of it?

Coach James: Keeping the offense focused. That's always a challenge with long road trips like this, especially when you have the type of opponents we'll be facing during it. You want the guys to take it one game at a time, but it's hard not to look at the next two teams coming up and think about them.

Coach James: Thank you everyone. We will have a longer one next week as we are traveling again and need to get to our next game and get ready.

The tall light skinned man walks off the stage and the camera fades out


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