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 Joel Klatt - “I think we've made tremendous strides in the passing game from last year. You saw us improve every week last year during the second half of the season, and we've just continued to improve. So hopefully we can start right there this season and have a big year.”
 Joel Klatt - “It is the way it's been all year we kill ourselves with penalties and mistakes,”
 Joel Klatt - “Team-wise, it's such an important game for us because we know how well CSU plays against us,”
 Andy Klatt - “He got off work early one day and I said to him, 'They're going to need to mow that field or else there will be a lot of weeds growing up there.' After work, he brings his push mower over and started to push-mow the football field. He had already had the end zone mowed up to the 20 yard line done by himself. He worked his butt off, and he never took praise about anything.”
 Joel Klatt - “We just stuck together and decided to fight our way through, put our heads down ... way back two springs ago. I think that has carried on all the way through. Last year's seniors taught this team how to work hard, how to not worry about what's going on around them, (to) just focus on internal issues.”
 Joel Klatt - “We have to open up because of the number of weapons we have.”
 Trent Klatt - “Our goals are very simple. We want to educate all of our members on the most recent illegal activities of our union. We want to 'right the wrongs' that have occurred and we want to make sure that this can never happen again.”
 Joel Klatt - “But after that game, I knew it was up to the seniors to make sure no one was looking past New Mexico State - especially with the type of team Miami has been the last few years. I know that everyone on our team is very excited to get this opportunity to play them at their place.”
 Joel Klatt - “We seemed to move the ball OK. And we'd have our opportunities at first down and things like that, but they really played well. ... We've just got to learn from our mistakes. You can't make mistakes against Miami.”
 Joel Klatt - “I can literally see Jeremy almost start to laugh at that whole idea. He's always kind of defied, not necessarily logic, but the norm. He's going to do what his heart tells him to do and what's best for him and those around him.”
 Joel Klatt - “And I know they (CSU) always get jacked up and want to come down here and beat us. We know we're going to get their best effort, so we've got to play hard. And personally, just growing up in Colorado, it's been a pleasure to be a part of it now for the last three years. Hopefully, we'll come out with a victory.”
 Joel Klatt - “People will know about us and our game come Saturday night. ... We don't need recognition now. Hopefully afterwards people will know who we are and how we play.”
 Andy Klatt - “The last three games, we haven't been firing on all cylinders. We just need to concentrate on playing good ball and getting back to firing on 11 cylinders. This week, we have a solid game plan, which should allow that to happen. My kids just have to be the best that they can be. I can't ask anything more of them than that.”
 Joel Klatt - “We're going to be under the microscope every time we step on the field, and the way we silence it is if we go out there and win. I can't wait to get out there and show the country what kind of football team we are.”
 Joel Klatt - “He does it pretty easily. It totally skews my perception of the whole game. You watch other games, and they're trying to get there inside the 20 or inside the 15 to kick a field goal. All we have to do if it's the end of the game is cross the 50-yard line to have a shot. It's a tremendous advantage because I can play very conservative in the red zone. ... Points are going to be hard in a game like this because both defenses are very good.”
 Joel Klatt - “He does it pretty easily, ... It totally skews my perception of the whole game. You watch other games, and they're trying to get there inside the 20 or inside the 15 to kick a field goal. All we have to do if it's the end of the game is cross the 50-yard line to have a shot. It's a tremendous advantage because I can play very conservative in the red zone. ... Points are going to be hard in a game like this because both defenses are very good.”
 Joel Klatt - “We crossed our 40, and at that point, I feel our percentages go up a ton because of Mason. We've got tremendous confidence in him.”
 Andy Klatt - “He is the only quarterback I have ever seen that actually looks for the other color helmet, and then tries to hit it. He hunts for tacklers, and wants to punish them for trying to tackle him.”
 Joel Klatt - “It was hard for me to see coach Barnett trashed like that in the national media. Anyone who's actually gone and talked to him or had the chance to sit in one of our meetings where he blasts us about our behavior and doing the right thing knows he's not like that.”
 Joel Klatt - “My lifestyle wasn't great in baseball, and I'm much happier now. After spending three years in the minors, getting a chance to play at Colorado was a dream come true for me.”
 Joel Klatt - “The same guys being in the flow of the action, being game fresh. . . . It's little things like that that I believe will help us. But it also goes a lot of layers deep, guys being a year older, guys practicing more, everybody concentrating more.”
 Trent Klatt - “use scare tactics on the players. You have to realize that any one player, and there are a large number of unhappy players, can file an action in court or with an agency which will put everything into the public eye.”