"There's actually no distance and I say that because with one loss, you lose out on head-to-head [tiebreaker] and all these other types of things," he said Wednesday morning. "We take five minutes to be fans on Sundays at our meetings just to go through all that type of stuff. We talk about those things and do what other people do and compare scores and all the stuff that is sort of silly just to get it out there and get it out of the way. If anything, everyone we're playing right now is in a must-win situation. Gettysburg [Friday's opponent at 7 p.m. at Homewood Field] has two losses, and if you look ahead, someone else has one loss. So we've got to make sure that other people aren't more motivated than we are right now. Our guys have been very workmanlike, and we've had another good week of practice. I'm really pleased with our team's attitude and their work ethic and where their minds are collectively."