"All the players have to do all the communication while the film is going on," Pees said. "That way, you know. That's the time to do it. Like I've told them, 'Don't be shy about it.' If you're wrong, now we can fix it. If you don't say anything, I don't know if you know. But even if you say it wrong, then I can tell you why it's wrong and we can get that fixed. So, the biggest thing in communication is both in the classroom and then taking it to the practice field."