MOORE, Okla. —
Cobble said he went to moore.recovers.org and got in touch with other volunteers. The group made their way to an area church that was being used as a relief center, where work tools, water and food were readily available for volunteers.
"The amount of donations was incredible," Ford said. "All you had to do was show up. I saw a license plate from Indiana, there were college kids there; there's folks pouring in from everywhere."
Cobble said seeing his players give up part of their summer to aid fellow Oklahomans made him feel good as a coach.
"I was very proud of them," Cobble said. "I wouldn't be surprised if some of them wanted to come back tomorrow."