Even though his team ran up the score against McIntosh, he says there's still some cleaning up to do.
"It was a good win. We did some things that were a little sloppy that I’m probably glad they happened now."
"But, all in all, we had a lot of different guys touch the ball. All the wideouts touched the ball. We ran it well. It’s a good start, but we have a long way to go.”
And, Rivers is "enjoyin' the heck" out of his new gig -- he says H.S. football in 'Bama hits different ... and this level of the sport has always been one his favorite moments of his entire football career.
"After playing 50 something college games and 250 something NFL games – those Thursday and Friday nights in high school, being around it at Decatur High growing up and playing, they are some of my favorite memories."
“They are in the top 10. I can think of a handful right now. It’s awesome!"