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 John Markell - “We're not the same team we were the first game of the year. Some guys who thought they could follow now have to lead. There are different demands on them. We need 20 leaders on the ice.”
 Tim Ruskell - “Given all this information on Warren and what is true and what is not true. Ultimately, we said this guy loves playing football, he is an impact player, he wants to play in this state, and he will raise the level of our defense.”
 Tim Ruskell - “The stats said it all. We were 26th in the league in total defense and it had been that way for a while here. We knew we had to do something we knew that somehow we had to pull things back together.”
 Tim Ruskell - “We're so proud of what he's done. He really unified this group and became the quarterback of this group and the leader of this defense in a short period of time. My hat's off to him.”
 Tim Ruskell - “We knew that his teammates at USC rallied around him. His coach, Pete Carroll, went on and on about his intangibles. He sets the tempo for a defense. He's very confident.”
 Tim Ruskell - “I want the guy to be everything, ... I want him to do the little things. Catching the football. Pass protecting for the quarterback. Being a good receiver out of the backfield because then the defense can't focus on, 'We've got to stop him running.'”
 Tim Ruskell - “Not being together for a long time, that's not good for a defense. The longer you are together as a group, the better you are going to be. We can't fake that. That's just going to take time. How long, I don't know. But I know this, they are working hard at getting everybody on the same page and not making mistakes. That's how you get that started.”
 Tim Ruskell - “It was the game where those guys that were new to the team all made contributions. Yet, no one got singled out after the game. It was about this was great team defense -- our best team defensive game.”
 Bob Starkell - “Every week our goal is to try to make it very difficult for the judges. They have to dig deep to try to find a deduction.”
 Tim Ruskell - “Fortunately, this draft in particular is deep in those.”
 Tim Ruskell - “You factor in his durability quotient and it makes the decision pretty easy.”
 Edie Brickell - “We didn't rehearse or play the songs to death before we recorded them, and that let us catch a freshness and energy level we've never really felt while making records.”
 John Markell - “Right now we're focusing on us. I think we know from the past that they come at you with pressure. It's high tempo and it's an intimidating rink to play in. It's almost like the seventh man on the ice, their crowd, and they match that with their skill. They will try to bury you right away.”
 John Markell - “You have to treat it like a playoff series. Watch for momentum, take the crowd out of it, stay out of the penalty box and get your special teams working.”
 Quintin Mikell - “Those are human beings. That's where people live. It doesn't matter how much crime or how dirty. It's still people's home.”
 Elizabeth Gaskell - “A little credulity helps one on through life very smoothly.”
 Elizabeth Gaskell - “A little credulity helps one on through life very smoothly”
 John Markell - “I think he's accepting of the system. You didn't hear him complaining when we weren't scoring any goals. A lot of credit goes to his character. He's built himself into that type of person, he's a team player, and that's reassuring when you're struggling to score goals up front.”
 Gil Haskell - “This is a real credit to Mr. Allen. (And) to Tim and to Mike to be able to hold this thing together keep these good players together.”
 Tim Ruskell - “Atlanta was basically a blueprint in that we did the same thing there before the 2004 season. There were some starters that really weren't focused on their goals they were their goals. Jim and Rich, to their credit, made tough decisions. They said, 'OK, this is what we're looking for to be an Atlanta Falcon.' We made tough decisions. When we did that, we were able to pull together in the locker room.”
 John Markell - “They rose to the occasion. It's what we want them to do and it's what they expected to do when they came here. It's a credit to them and to their character.”
 Edie Brickell - “But I really love music, and having a creative outlet is really the best thing you can do for yourself.”
 Rod Miskell - “We're used to a 24-second shot clock. By the time we get up the court to the midline, we're used to running a 16-second offense.”
 Rod Miskell - “They're really a terrific bunch of kids, and their manners are immaculate. They realize they're not just representing themselves, they're representing their country.”
 Edie Brickell - “My grandmother was the greatest cook in the world. She could just go in there, the whole kitchen would look like a tornado hit it and then she'd come out with the best food. Then she'd sit at the table and she wouldn't eat”

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