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 Jim Tressel - “I would think that if I'm a guy going out and playing on Saturday that I'm assuming my future playing depends largely on what I do.”
 Jim Tressel - “You hope for the best. Guys come and set goals and they want to become very, very good the best at what they do. When you're picked in the first round that's a pretty good indication.”
 Jim Tressel - “I grew up in the Vietnam era, and my hair came out of my helmet a little bit and I couldn't play like A.J.,”
 Jim Tressel - “We hate to lose him, but I'm extremely proud he has achieved this position and wish him the very best,”
 Jim Tressel - “I have to be honest with you. I didn't read it.”
 Jim Tressel - “That was probably the backbreaker -- 24-10 is a two-score game, ... There is always pretty good hope even if you haven't been moving the ball. 31-10 and you haven't been moving it -- that probably took a little steam out of them.”
 Jim Tressel - “That was probably the backbreaker -- 24-10 is a two-score game. There is always pretty good hope even if you haven't been moving the ball. 31-10 and you haven't been moving it -- that probably took a little steam out of them.”
 Jim Tressel - “Coach Hazell in the pre-meeting before we were heading over to the skull session took ill and and the trainers thought it would be best if they took him over from a preventative standpoint, took him over to the hospital. The word I got as we were coming up is that he's doing fine and don't know for sure if he'll be out today, but they feel good about where they have him and he'll be fine.”
 Jim Tressel - “There's something special about this Fiesta Bowl, there's no question about it. Why we've been so blessed here I have no idea.”
 Jim Tressel - “We believe if he continues to improve and work hard, he can be a very, very good player for us.”
 Jim Tressel - “They all are blessed with physical abilities, but I think their strength in large part lies in their intellect. They work together like they're on a string.”
 Jim Tressel - “What we philosophically want to do is schedule games that are of great interest to our fans. Maybe the best pro of these games is it's something our players will remember for a lifetime. They'll cherish these memories.”
 Jim Tressel - “Justin was very efficient, even though he had the one play that we all wish he had back. Outside of that play I thought he was very efficient.”
 Jim Tressel - “I would question whether he'll play. You know, I've seen miracles before, so I'm not going to say for sure he won't. He was running around there last night, I thought, interestingly well, but not in the scheme of things. I don't know if he'll dress or not.”
 Jim Tressel - “Michigan has done an excellent job all along of being balanced. I thought they executed well. Michigan's always going to have excellent personnel, but your excellent personnel still has to execute.”
 Jim Tressel - “I thought (Haw) did a pretty good job, ... It was good to see him. You can never have enough tailbacks, that's a truism.”
 Jim Tressel - “I thought he was very efficient. . . . His distribution was good,”
 Jim Tressel - “Antonio showed a lot of burst. I thought this was a good step for him.”
 Jim Tressel - “Roy is getting more opportunities. The last five practices, I thought Roy has expressed himself with a lot more confidence and really I thought the last five were real positive for us.”
 Jim Tressel - “We just thought that that was the way to go right at that point,”
 Jim Tressel - “When you have to play extra people in the box to stop his run it's going to leave you a bit vulnerable to the pass. I thought he played hard. He kept getting hit and beat up and kept coming back. And his team won.”
 Jim Tressel - “You just never know (about recruits). So who will do it I don't know that any of us at this time last year would have thought ... (freshman) Malcolm Jenkins would start five games at cornerback.”
 Jim Tressel - “You just never know (about recruits). So who will do it I don't know that any of us at this time last year would have thought that (freshman) Malcolm Jenkins would start five games at cornerback.”
 Jim Tressel - “Any time you can have a big play in the punting game, it's probably the difference. I suppose if you look at the game and really analyze it, it was a tie game other than that.”
 Jim Tressel - “They were never gone. You saw what their defense did a year ago. Offensively, I thought they struggled a year ago because they had (Zack) Mills part of the time and they had Robinson part of the time. They were different guys and it was hard to get a real flow.”

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