Nobody is good enough to give up anything uncontested or free. We have some things we need to tie down. I don't mind telling you, that is concerning.
Two of them were really uncontested so we need to be concerned. Nobody is good enough to give up anything uncontested or free.
He's eager to come back and give it a shot.
After what they saw (last week), I'm sure that'll give them more encouragement, and rightfully so.
Bob Sanders wasn't the biggest guy coming out of Erie, Pa., but I don't think anybody would dispute that he was a pretty good player for us.
We brought a lot of firstand secondyear guys out. It was certainly good to get a look at them.
I'm sure his Mom and Dad were both proud of Bryan. I think Bryan gained ground every week. He's been a good leader for us. The sky's the limit for him.
I have no problem with two teams claiming to be national champions at the end of the year. But that's our society. We're dying to know who the champion is. Heaven forbid we have two. That would be socialist, right
This is like the most overrated holiday in the world, and I haven't seen too many of them. I just hope nobody bangs any pots or pans for the guys that are sleeping.
I thought we were onside, but I'm a little biased.
I thought we were better (offensively this week). I'd preface that, or maybe (put an) asterisk (by it and say) it would be hard not to be better. We at least looked a little more like a cohesive offensive football team.
I thought we were better, though I might put an asterisk in there that it would be hard not to be better. We at least looked a little more like a cohesive offensive team.
Offensively, we haven't look that sharp since we got started in August. I'm not sure I can explain that. I thought the execution was a little crisper than it's been.
I learned a long time ago that at the end of the day, the only stat that counts is points. The other ones are significant, but I'd much rather have the right score on the board. At the end of the day, that's what we're worried about.
I learned a long time ago that at the end of the day, the only stat that counts is points, ... The other ones are significant, but I'd much rather have the right score on the board. At the end of the day, that's what we're worried about.
I think we're ready to play. You hit that stage where it's time to go. We've been practicing. I'm sure (Florida) feels the same way. We're all looking at each other funny now. It's just time to go.
I wouldn't say it's come right back, and we won't know until game time if it's back totally. But the last month we were playing pretty well on offense and doing a lot of good things, so obviously we're hoping we can get back to that point.
Marcus isn't full speed yet, so there's some guys fighting for some time and positions there.
It starts with protection, route running, I mean, you name it, throwing the football. But we have certainly not looked like a cohesive, smooth running group when we're throwing the football. We have at times, but not consistently.
Where we're at right now, we need to play a game, ... I'm not quite sure right now what we're good at. We've looked really good at times doing certain things and the next day we don't do so good doing that. It's really been pretty much inconsistent.
You look at the whole season, we experienced some ups and downs. The bounces didn't go our way at times, but guys never hung their heads and never got discouraged.
At times, I've wondered how in the heck we've ended up with seven wins at this point.
They looked like a legitimate top 10 team today. I don't see a lot of weaknesses on their football team.
Any concerns they may have had offensively coming in, it looks like they cured them today.
Based on the way things went today, I don't have an awful lot to complain about. Offensively, we haven't looked that sharp since we got started here in August. I think they were really focused on what they were doing and played a pretty clean game.