On each fall Saturday, thousands of fans pack the stadium with thousands more watching on their televisions at home. Every game comes down to those crucial plays at critical moments in the game. The score is tied and the play clock ticks down towards zero. The tension in the crowd reaches a breaking point as each second ticks away and the fans try to anticipate what play will be called next. The fans are waiting, the players are waiting and even the other coaches are waiting for the play call that will possibly win or lose the game. That's a lot of pressure, especially at the BCS level. And it falls on the shoulders of the offensive coordinator(OC). Most fans have wondered at some point why certain plays were called during a game. Have you ever wondered what all of this looks like through the eyes of an OC? Me too. So I sat down with a BCS-level OC, Blake Anderson, from the University of North Carolina, and found out what the man in the booth thinks about his job...