Fears and Quicksand
00:00 - 03:07
3m 7s

Coach McGinty asks his team to share their deepest fears. Intially, they think of their small fears, such as insects; however, he encourages them to think deeper. Shane cites the fear of quicksand as a metaphor for not being prepared.

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