“Not even close,” he said. “We have yet to put together four quarters in a game, and we’re making far too many mistakes. There have been lots and lots of penalties, and that’s stuff like lining up offsides.
“I told my players (Friday night) that I’m not here to watch them play undisciplined football. That’s not how we coach around here.”
There’s good news, of course. Oxnard is 2-1 after three weeks, including its 20-10 victory over host Buena on Friday night that featured a rally from a 10-0 deficit.