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Topic - John Mckissick
"Well, you know, as a football coach, I count one at a time," McKissick says. "It's another win, and if it totals up to 600, that's great. I feel good for the kids. I feel good for the boys. They tell everyone they were part of the 600th. I think they will be proud of that."
"When you have that, you don't have any fussing," he says. "We don't fuss at each other, just talk, and they respect what I think and I respect what they do."