From "Friday Night Lights: The Right Hand of the Father (#5.3)"
I first met you, you were climbing out of a police car. People said you were a punk, you'd never last in the field. You know they still believe that?
Screw them. I work hard for everything I've got!
I know you do and you ought to be damned proud about that. I am. I'm proud of you. Your teammates are proud of you. It's about character. It's about striving to be better than everybody else.
Coach, my dad just got out of prison. He's staying with me in my house... and I can't stand him. My mom, she asked me to forgive him. To be 'better'. And you're asking me to be 'better'. I don't know how to be 'better' because he never taught me how! He never taught me how to be 'better'! He's not around!