2. What's been the response of the school and community to the team's first region title since 1980? "The student body has been great. They stormed the field after the game. It was a great opportunity for your guys to connect with the community and share that experience. The school and the community have been unbelievable in terms of support. We won a fifth-sixth grade fall championship on Thursday and followed that up with a regional championship on Friday. We're excited on campus with where the program is headed."
3. What brought you to Georgia, and after a stint at Westminster, what prompted you to become a head coach again and head to Savannah Country Day? "I spent 19 years in Ohio and felt it was time for a change. I was offered a job in Florida, but it paid less. A college teammate of mine was Gerry Romberg, the head coach at Westminster. He had an offensive coordinator job open, and I went with him and spent four years there. I woke up one morning and thought if I'm 60, if I'm going to do this head coaching thing again, I'd better do it soon. This job was posted. I'd always wanted to get to the coast somewhere. I probably wouldn't have taken it had it been inland. I'd probably still be at Westminster. I had a chance to come down and interview. I like smaller schools and communities. It ended up being a great fit, and the rest is history."