ABC News | Lara Salahi
Retired football coach Tom Martinez, 66, says if there's ever a key to success on the field, it's this: don't quit.
"I tell the kids I don't care who it is, I don't care where we go, I don't care where we play, we don't whine about officials calls, we don't whine about weather conditions," said Martinez. "You play hard and you play right to the end."
He's credited for grooming many successful athletes including New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Now Martinez, who coached the College of San Mateo until 2005 when he retired because of his health problems, is putting his own words to play.
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