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 K.C. Keeler - “We really think he has a very bright future if he keeps developing.”
 K.C. Keeler - “My best attribute is that I handle pressure very well. My job is to see how good I can get this team to be. I went to the Touchdown Club one day, and I listened to all the different opinions from alumni and others. Then I said, 'I really appreciate your opinions, but I have no interest in them. It's kind of like me going to your work for an hour and watching what you do and then telling you how to do your job. My staff and I work 80 hours a week, and just because you think we should do this or that what kind of leader would I be' I let the people know.”
 William Keeler - “As a student of history, I'm very happy to be in a place where our history is lifted up so much,”
 William Keeler - “It was his idea to put in the Western Wall in Jerusalem the prayer asking God's forgiveness for what had been done by Christians in other ages,”
 K.C. Keeler - “He has better feet than I thought he'd have. We'll be able to do some things in the offense that I didn't think we'd continue to do. We've seen him run away from some guys we didn't think he'd run away from.”
 K.C. Keeler - “This was a situation waiting to happen. We could be sitting here 1-3 right now. I thought Towson was probably the least talented of the three I-AA teams we've played so far along with Lehigh and Holy Cross.”
 K.C. Keeler - “He went from being a kid we never thought was going to play varsity football to a kid who's one of your better, more dependable offensive linemen who can play at different positions because of injuries or because you want more athleticism. He gives us a lot of flexibility.”
 K.C. Keeler - “We put Sonny in positions last year I would never want to put a first-year quarterback. We threw 51 times against Maine, and he threw for 415 yards that day. We didn't have the same running game we had the year before or we'll have this year.”
 William Keeler - “These years have been years of blessings, but also of learning, and there have been crosses, I don't deny that for an instant, ... But I say that in all of this, the joy and the consolation of the priestly ministry has exceeded any cross that came my way.”
 Patrick Keeler - “It took up until a month and a half ago to be completely finished. If you condensed all the (recording) time, it took two and a half, three weeks, but stretched over two years.”
 K.C. Keeler - “My best attribute is that I handle pressure very well. My job is to see how good I can get this team to be. I went to the Touchdown Club one day, and I listened to all the different opinions from alumni and others. Then I said, 'I really appreciate your opinions, but I have no interest in them. It's kind of like me going to your work for an hour and watching what you do and then telling you how to do your job. My staff and I work 80 hours a week, and just because you think we should do this or that what kind of leader would I be' I let the people know.”
 K.C. Keeler - “There was a huge crowd in the back of the store waiting for them to get the stuff out of the boxes more than 100 people. We were looking at stuff and all of a sudden they saw me. They started congratulating me. Pretty soon, there's a person standing in front of me with a Sharpie and a championship hat. 'I'm getting this for my grandfather, and it would be great to have it signed by you,' he said. I signed it, and before you knew it, a long line had formed. I was there signing stuff for two hours.”
 K.C. Keeler - “I told the kids in our meeting Friday night that we can't have any more freshmen. We have to grow up and become sophomores and juniors. It's easier to say than do. But you can't explain how important experience is. We just don't have a lot of it. These games are learning experiences for us.”
 Mary Keeler - “Some people spend every waking moment here. We have a couple (of people) that will come late at night if they can't sleep.”
 K.C. Keeler - “The good news is, we'll be very fast. The bad news is, we may not survive physically. No one wants to play on that stuff. No one.”
 Patrick Keeler - “I think it is helpful having a history other than playing music. We've toured a lot together, hung out a lot. So, we knew each other pretty well before we ever got together, which is important. You could probably call on the greatest studio musicians in the world and it doesn't mean they can work together.”
 Christine Keeler - “We lived a very quiet life. We'd never go out. We once went to that sex orgy, and I didn't like it, and that was that. And there were maybe one or two cocktail parties.”
 Christine Keeler - “We knew we were talking about spies. I knew he knew I knew. I was digging my own grave.”
 Christine Keeler - “They wanted to hear about the sex, of course. But not the rest no one wanted to hear the rest.”
 Christine Keeler - “They came and bound me up and I had awful stretch marks. I hated my breasts after that.”
 Christine Keeler - “The fathers, if they got me alone, would try to kiss and fondle me. I hated it.”
 Christine Keeler - “One way of reading my life is that I have been in constant search for a father.”
 Christine Keeler - “Nothing ever happened, but I slept with a knife under my pillow and never spoke to him, from the age of about 13 until I left home four years later.”
 Christine Keeler - “No one else knows the whole story. I was there. I lived through it.”
 Christine Keeler - “My mother used to go out on her own, and I used to have to keep a look out for my stepfather coming home.”

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