When Brawley Union High School football player Andy Buckner prepares for a game, he doesn't really think about how many yards he's going to rack up or how many times he's going to reach pay dirt.
One of the things he does is tell himself to do the best he can.
That humbleness has resulted in some big numbers this year. On Saturday, he rushed for 139 yards and scored three touchdowns in Brawley's 41-7 thrashing of Clairemont High.
While he is one of the players who gets a lot of the credit for the team's wins, he thinks the credit should go elsewhere.
"All the credit has to go to the line. Any time anything happens on the field, all that is on the line," said the 17-year-old Buckner, a senior. "They open up the holes and they're the ones that make things happen. We couldn't do anything without them."