When we think of college football in Texas, we tend to think of the big FBS institutions, like Texas, Texas A&M, and TCU. A lot more schools field teams than just those we see televised every Saturday, however. One of those places is my alma mater, San Antonio’s Trinity University. They play Division III football, a level that offers no athletic scholarships. So how do they fit into the landscape of a football-crazed state?

I asked Jerheme Urban, Trinity’s head football coach, about what he does to field a team, what their goals, and what he saw as a player going from Trinity to the National Football League. Check it out in this video.