"I think he's where he needs to be right now. I think he's healthy. I think he's ready," Briles said.
"When you get something taken away from you, you respond one of two ways," Briles said. "You pout, complain, sulk, cry, and fall into a shell, or you fight, you grind, you have vision, you have hope, and you work harder than you've ever worked in your life. That's what Robert has done, and that's what we knew he would do."