"I mean I wouldn't say it is easier but I would say it is a little bit better just because the plant spot is the same every time," Brindza said. "A turf field there is turf here and turf there, it's not like grass where you could have divits. I compare it to a golf course, if you are in the fairway you know it's a nice shot. If you are in the rough you don't know how you are. I would compare turf to fairway and rough with regular grass fields."
He added, "But at the end of the day for me it's just put the ball through the uprights.
Brindza also reflects on exactly what it would mean to beat Michigan this season -- because he hails from the state.