Here is a video of Blake's team in action. The three team members are facing you when the video starts. One is driving, one is controling the arm and the third is coaching. For the first 30 seconds the team can load pieces into the robot (when on the starting point) and then it drives and performs pre-programmed tasks. For this match, Redlands scored two pieces into and then fed four pieces to their partners (who were from Singapore!). At the end of the round, the white pieces double the points and the black piece zeros out the score of the stack.
Blake did a couple of rounds of operating the arm, but he enjoyed designing the robot more than controlling it.
You can see more videos on Blake's YouTube Channel.