"We're different," Burgos said. "We never did a lot of contact drills — nothing live, nothing to the ground — and we still don't, except for two days a week. It's been that way for five years. I know our sport is under attack, but with better equipment and less contact in practice, we're seeing less and less injuries. Too much hitting is just not worth it. ([Limiting contact] ) keeps the kids fresher, and by the time the game comes around, they're ready to hit."