This ranks right up there with Dooley talking about the opposing long snappah.
On playing to a standard, if there was anything in the first quarter that wasn’t up to the standard…
“Kickoffs, to be honest, we didn’t kick it off like my expectation is. Maybe if we kick it out of the end zone, we don’t get a turnover, so maybe (Jake) Camarda’s a lot smarter than me because we got a fumble off of the kickoff that wasn’t a touchback. I guess I need to commend him for that because he was thinking way ahead. I was a little upset it wasn’t out of the end zone, but he knew more than I knew and that ended up turning into seven points.”
That’s as close as Smart will ever get to babbling. Maybe next time he should stick to “Dunno. I’ll have to check the game tape”.