The words came out fast and furious as Frank Golinello talked about the defensive statement that was just made on the field.
And that's kind of the way Brewster plays on that side of the ball.
"The one thing we're best at is gang tackling," Golinello said after the Bears celebrated homecoming Friday with a 20-0 win over Saunders. "There's nothing better than getting into the backfield with two, three, four, five and six people. We do our job every play. The other team has to earn anything it gets."
While the Bears (4-0) had some issues keeping drives alive in the early going, they did have momentum and never let go. Brian McNeill finally got Brewster on the board when the senior quarterback pushed over from a yard out three plays into the second quarter.
Kyle Catalano added the PAT for a 7-0 lead.
"We did have a lot of momentum," Bears running back Matt Gargano said. "We had the big plays there, but we didn't finish them."
Francisco Wilson-King came in with 340 yards and eight touchdowns in three games, but spent most of the first half looking for room to run. Saunders (3-1) did not have a first down until he picked up some momentum two minutes before the intermission.
It did not last very long.
Brewster made it a point to hit Wilson-King at every opportunity and the Blue Devils managed just 28 yards on 20 plays in the first half.
"I always had somebody opposite me," Wilson-King said. "They were really prepared and they came out and played well."
The Bears kept the clock running.
Gargano took a delayed handoff into the open field and ran 19 yards for a touchdown, capping the opening drive of the second half. No matter who had the ball, there was plenty of room behind Golinello, Alex Hutt, Vincent Nardini, Ryan Moore and Chris Mendoza.
"It was a draw and I just had to wait for everybody to move over," Gargano said. "The hole was huge so I went right through."
Joe Buonadonna got in on the act in the second half, and Brewster's committee piled up 243 rushing yards. McNeill threw a screen pass to Gargano on the first play of the fourth quarter to make it a 20-0 cushion.