This is the type of game our league needs to start taking a look at. Playing teams with similar size, speed and talent. I think going to a 12-game schedule, it's very difficult for a mid-major to find games. We need to look more at some of these games.
He can lead us to the championship. Omar and I have talked, and the great quarterbacks in the history of our conference have all taken their teams to championships.
I hope that we can get some stops. The key is when we have the ball, we've got to score and take advantage of our opportunities, because if they get into us and start pounding us ...
We took the ball out of our own hands in the third quarter and that is what hurt us.
We just feel we're so young that dividing the team up and playing a game wouldn't be in our best interest right now. We need our defensive players to continue to get reps as units and our offensive players to continue to get reps as units.
We just feel, we're so young that dividing the team up and playing a game would not be in our best interest right now.
The hamstring concerns me the most, because that limits his mobility.
I really liked the effort on both sides of the ball. Next time we get together is August and we're going to pick up right where we left off.
They're both going to play at the same time. I'm not going to have one of them standing next to me, I just can't stomach that. They're too good.
These kids haven't played a lot of football, I won't sugarcoat it. We really have to rebuild this whole team. We've lost a lot of really great players through the years here. There's a lot of uncertainty on both sides of the ball, a lot of inexperience as far as playing time.
He's always run a clean program in the years I've coached with him. He would never create a situation intentionally that would bring disrespect to him or his program.
When we were working through some of the issues, I was just trying to make a first down. But it's become a very good system.
We didn't think about any issues. We were just trying to find a way to make first downs.
That is awesome. He's going to get his chance to live his dream and we wish him nothing but the best.
We respect Omar's decision and we support him. Any coach would love to have an Omar Jacobs for another year, but we know his desire is to play professionally. We really appreciate his efforts in helping us re-establish a winning tradition at BGSU.
He's doing a nice job with it. It can get overwhelming, which it's becoming. We have to manage that and make sure it doesn't get out of control and we're able to keep him grounded and focused on the task at hand.
Omar was poised in there, didn't get rattled and made some nice throws. His receivers bailed him out a couple of times. But he moved the club.
Omar does a nice job taking care of the football. We do a good job coaching that ... stressing getting rid of the ball on time and protecting our quarterback. We do a nice job with him inside the system and don't throw a lot of high-risk plays.
We have capable players that are stepping up.
Sheehan we found in camp in June, we offered in the summer and he committed. Excellent QB, big range, mobile, cannon for an arm and fits our system.