Obviously things are set up to give him many more opportunities. The key is to complete more of the things that are set up.
Nobody's like them. Nobody gives us everything they give us.
We need to score touchdowns and not settle for field goals in the fourth quarter.
I've never had one like this - big, fast, great hand-eye coordination.
We hope to get some relief next year. We'll see how it goes.
It hurts you in numbers, but I don't think it hurt us otherwise. The fact that we were still on TV, can still play for an ACC championship, still go to bowls, those types of things, I don't think that hurt us.
We have to continue to improve, ... That's how those young guys learn to play the game. We've been fortunate we can win two ballgames without them being involved in a critical play, but they've got to come on. They can't be behind the learning curve.
We're working with so many combinations because of all the guys missing, so there was no level of consistency on either side of the ball. We had some great individual plays, but not much consistency. But I think you expect that in spring practice. Neither side should dominate.
He got sick a little bit late in the week, ... It got bad (Friday) night.
He got sick a little bit late in the week, ... It got bad last night.
Taylor made better decisions than I thought he did during the course of the game. He rushed some things, but overall he put his team in position to win.
He did all right. He remembered a lot. He was in better shape than I thought he might be.
Heavens no. We thought we'd be holding on.
Everybody outside the locker room thought that was going to happen. The only people who thought we were going to win are in that locker room.
They executed very well I thought. They did a great job of execution. We didn't do a good job of getting people in the right spots to defend like we needed to do.
They thought that was the winning edge, ... It 's not the winning edge he is the winning edge. They learned that the hard way because they lost the battle, and I realized that I've been dealing with its a lot in my life.
I'd like for him to be more accurate, ... I thought he rushed a few things. The game will slow down for him, it will. The next time he walks out there, he'll see things more clearly.
The game will slow down for him the next time. He will see things better, anticipate things better. I think he will have a much better feel in his next game.
Big plays are the key. If you can keep teams from making the big plays, then you have a chance to keep them from scoring. They have a hard time going the length of the field on our defense,
We faced it straight up every time.
I think our team is excited about the destination. You want this to be a reward. You want them to have a good time and enjoy where they are. We've got a game to play we realize the importance of that and we want to play well.
They didn't do anything fancy or unusual that we haven't worked on, but when you play them, you have to get ready for a ton of stuff. When you haven't spent a ton of time on something, sometimes they get you, and they got us good.
Any time you have a brand new quarterback, things function differently. Everybody has certain talents and abilities, and you're trying to turn things toward that. But you don't just turn everything on a dime. It takes time.
He has got to do his part. But something we lose sight of from time to time, he is a part of the equation, but he is not the full equation.
It takes time to get everybody on the same page. Jason Campbell had certain abilities and Cox has certain abilities. We'll have to adjust accordingly.