Proud of what we had done. And we had done it with parents being involved. We had done it with the coaches being involved, and it was -- I don’t remember exactly how it happened, but the first day that these four kids were out on the field with us, practice field, I think it was Scott tackled somebody, one of the halfbacks or something. And I remember Bingler saying something to him with a big smile on his face about something about, “I think you probably enjoyed doing that, didn’t you?” And it got everybody laughing, and it made us all work together. It started instantly that we were a team, and we were teammates, and there was no segregation at all, period. If you mess with anybody on that field, whatever, you were going to pay for it, so... I grew up with that. I’m still that way. I benefited from having a good life and good coaches, good parents, so forth.