And there is the difference - the Chris Ash difference. It's not that we haven't seen these cutesy, team building, "boys being boys" videos from Rutgers football before. It's just that it used to be the ONLY thing we used to see. We would see the team being cohesive off the field, not the team doing the grunt work to become cohesive on the field. I obviously don't know the inner working of a Kyle Flood run spring practice just as I don't know the inner workings of a Chris Ash run spring practice. I do know that I have seen far more videos of these guys being molded into tough, aggressive football players than I have of them letting loose and enjoying the fruit of their labors. Never in a million years could I imagine Kyle Flood running a 'Ring Of Honor' drill that did such a good job of testing the pure will of the players. Let's just say no one was fighting tooth and nail over a truck tire in the wee hours of the morning the last few years. If there's one thing that's been shockingly obvious throughout this regime's short tenure it is a drastic uptick in intensity. Now, it's important to keep things light every once and a while - and Chris Ash obviously understands that - but the difference is that now it's clear that they are being forced to earn every one of those opportunities. Boy did they look like they enjoyed every second of this opportunity.