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 Tim Lappano - “I hope he takes it because there's nobody better for that job than Dennis Erickson. He's the one who established that program. If anyone can get it going again, it's Dennis Erickson.”
 Tim Lappano - “I thought he played pretty well he did a lot of things we asked him to do. No. 1, he had a lot of poise and composure out there, and good presence in the pocket. Without seeing the film, it looked like he was making all the right decisions on where to go with the football. For his first contest in a while, I thought he did pretty well he was pretty sharp.”
 Tim Lappano - “I thought he played pretty well he did a lot of things we asked him to do. No. 1, he had a lot of poise and composure out there, and good presence in the pocket. Without seeing the film, it looked like he was making all the right decisions on where to go with the football. For his first contest in a while, I thought he did pretty well he was pretty sharp.”
 Tim Lappano - “I think it all started this summer with him. This was the first time he stayed here. He worked hard, worked hard on his routes. He has clearly improved his route-running.”
 Tim Lappano - “We wanted to throw the ball down the field today.”
 Tim Lappano - “We saw some stuff in film that allowed us to get him out on the edge more. He presents so many problems for defenses because they have do decide, 'Are you going to let him get the edge and run' or 'Are you going to come up and let something happen over the top of you' So he gave us a lot of that today and it was really a nice weapon for us.”
 Tim Lappano - “Until he commits himself to really learning the system, it'll be tough for him. He's still one of the best athletes on this football team. He has to understand that playing quarterback in this system takes a lot of work, a lot of film study.”
 Tim Lappano - “He needs to understand that playing quarterback in this system takes a lot of work and a lot of film study.”
 Tim Lappano - “There would be a learning curve for him. He's never played, so the speed of the game would be different. To be fair, it would probably take two or three games to adjust to that. It's not really worth it.”
 Tim Lappano - “You can't do that. You just can't let people see you sweat.”
 Tim Lappano - “Other than that, he made some good throws. He missed a couple, but when you are throwing the ball more down the field vertically like we did today, those are harder to make. You're not going to make every one.”
 Tim Lappano - “I'm really pleased with him right now. Because we can win games with him, and it's nice right now knowing that if something were to happen with Isaiah that you have a guy who can come in and play.”
 Tim Lappano - “You can say they lost two All-American tackles inside, or they lost this or that. The guys USC replaces with are just future All-Americans who haven't had to play yet. They're still fast, still physical, still play with great intensity.”
 Tim Lappano - “The No. 1 thing you have to do against USC is win the battle of the clock. You've got to keep their offense off the field. That's the best defense there is. Nobody's stopped these guys I don't know if anybody will. The thing you have to do is limit how many touches they get.”
 Tim Lappano - “I look for him to bounce back and have a good year. He has set some lofty goals for himself and I really know he's working to meet them. We all would like him to be a consistent runner -- no one more so than himself.”
 Tim Lappano - “I think the biggest thing we have to do at that position is become consistent. We saw flashes at that position last year and I thought Rankin showed flashes, but we weren't consistent. We need to be consistent and we aren't physical enough still.”
 Tim Lappano - “Johnny had a really good winter, and I've told him what he has to do to be the starter. I told Isaiah he needs to be consistent to get us to where we want to go, and that's a bowl game.”
 Tim Lappano - “He's had a great camp.”
 Tim Lappano - “He's one of those guys that changed his body in the weight room.”
 Tim Lappano - “Yeah, I think so. I think we're going to make up for lack of experience in attitude, in physical and mental toughness, in competitiveness. We have to.”