"There's this new philosophy called borghese," Beizer said. "I heard it from my brother who's at Yale Law School. It's concerned with only the important things in life and none of the trivia. Everybody's interested in it. The coaches were all crazy about it. It's very subjective. I tell Jimmy Lent, [the defensive line coach], "Jimmy, you're borghese.' He is. Henry Lamar [the freshman coach], he's borghese. And football, it's borghese when we're playing. In July it's still borghese for Jimmy Lentz, but not for me. And the Yale game, sure, it's borghese. The Yale game is borghese."