‘‘It starts at the top. Obviously, it starts with Coach York,’’ Mullane said. ‘‘His passion, his motivation, his drive for success — it shows through every day when we come to practice. It trickles down to everyone involved in the program. He’s not satisfied with 900 wins or becoming the winningest coach of all time.
‘‘He’s not satisfied with winning last year. He’s very much about being in the present, and he wants to win now. Winning in 2001 or 2010, that’s not what gets him going. What fires him up is today’s practice, getting better today, and winning another national championship in the future.’’