Those guys are at the complete control of the officials, and the officials tell them when to move and when not to move. It will be interesting what you're going to write about.
Reporter: Babers: I think the biggest thing I wanted them to know is that you guys need to be in shape because there's going to be a lot of plays and there's going to be chunk plays and I don't want one of those guys pulling a hamstring and going down and all of a sudden I have a 12-year-old, 13-year-old, somebody's son on there that's not as mobile as a full-blown adult. Reporter: Babers: Obviously Eric had a fantastic game.
Here's a transcript of that interview, courtesy of the conference. We've got a lot of guys in the training room and we're just happy to come out on the right side of it. Reporter: To take a look at this team like you said, you don't want to go backwards, you want to be able to build off of something like this.
And the things that Amba has been able to do since the beginning of this season, with only being able to work with our quarterback for five months, starting in the summertime, has just been amazing.
But they have done amazing things on the football field but they are two quality young men off the football field. They know a lot about this program with him and Coach P being over there. I don't think it's just edge rushers and secondary guys.
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And because of that, they had this moment in time and if we want to have more moments in time like that, it comes back to hard work on the practice field to give us an opportunity in the game. I would expect us to be better, much better than the situation we had in Wake Forest in the same condition.
Reporter: I know looking at a weather report four days ahead of a game is always a risky thing to do, but it looks like you could have some rain in Chestnut Hill, some winds above 20 miles per hour. Now we were on the outskirts of it but the wind and rain were unusual. Reporter: I'm doing a story on the chain crews that work football games.Praise from ABC News Anchor Diane Sawyer “George Merlis knows everything about blasting through the background sound and making your point.He is not just a great coach for acing a media interview.But as a head coach after big wins like that, I think the big thing is you have to embrace the energy.You can't -- the young men are going to be slapped on the back.I'm curious as you go back, scouting Wake Forest a little bit, what can you learn from the way your team handled those conditions and maybe try and do a little bit differently if you are in such a situation again? Have you explained the mindset in having a very different part of your team spend time around the way you guys were going to work the football dating back all the way to last spring?