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 Charlie Weis - “They were definitely a better team today. We got hammered pretty good there in the first half. We battled back to get it to a one-score game at 27-20 . . . then they made the plays they had to.”
 Jim Oberweis - “I didn't know the facts of the case. I didn't know as much about George Ryan's history as I do today. I wish I had known more.”
 Charlie Weis - “We got through a bunch of plays today with minimal mistakes, (and) for the first day, I was happy the way it turned out. I'm glad we decided to practice the way we did last week, right up until Friday. You could see they were not rusty. That was a good first day.”
 Charlie Weis - “I know Dave, Dave knows me, ... Now that doesn't mean that's what's going to end up happening. ... I don't think this is going to be a trick game. This is going to come down to an execution game.”
 Charlie Weis - “I trust Bill Lewis and his teaching, his leadership and the way he handles the players. The players have a lot of trust in Bill Lewis.”
 Charlie Weis - “The last three games, everyone is saying they got off to a slow start. Well, don't expect them to get off to slow start this week. You can fall into that trap very easily. ... Trust me, they will be ready to go early. We need to be ready to go when the ball is kicked off or else we can find ourselves down significantly early.”
 Charlie Weis - “On the one hand, they hear from the Notre Dame alum that they're going to win every game. On the other hand, they're hearing from the national broadcasters that we're going to lose every game, ... Somewhere in between lies the truth. If I were a gambling man, I'd be betting on our players and I'm not a gambling man.”
 Charlie Weis - “On the one hand, they hear from the Notre Dame alum that they're going to win every game. On the other hand, they're hearing from the national broadcasters that we're going to lose every game, ... Somewhere in between lies the truth. If I were a gambling man, I'd be betting on our players - and I'm not a gambling man.”
 Charlie Weis - “I don't remember all the games, but it seemed like every time somebody No. 1 was coming in here, they were going out losing. I understand we're an underdog in this game, but it would be pretty cool to win, don't you think To be part of that history.”
 Charlie Weis - “If you were in that meeting, you'd be worrying about fixing those problems, ... I think as long as you understand what the problems are and you believe they can be fixed, then you have a chance.”
 Charlie Weis - “You have to treat every week the same. You understand the significance of rivalries between different schools. But if you ever treat any team differently, you're just setting yourself up for a fall.”
 Charlie Weis - “I'm relieved to have this first game under our belt. I'm happy for our players and our fans and it was great to see all the players be able to run over to the sidelines and enjoy the victory in front of our band.”
 Jim Oberweis - “Your record is, you didn't vote against those increases.”
 Charlie Weis - “After the game we just played, ... would anyone not vote for Reggie”
 Charlie Weis - “I saw at halftime (that) they're going to do an MRI on him, so I'll have to wait until they get the MRI to see where they are, ... Obviously, it was something where he couldn't come back in the game, so the severity of it ... I don't know, they just told me he was gone for the day.”
 Charlie Weis - “It was (Michigan) slowing us down and us slowing us down, ... Just because you don't score 40 doesn't mean there isn't production. This is a tough place to win. We're just happy to walk out of here with a 'W.'”
 Charlie Weis - “I enjoy winning when I walk over and see my kid,”
 Charlie Weis - “When I walked out of the tunnel to get ready for that game, the only thing I was worrying about was that game. I would have liked to have been able to walk off the field victorious, but we didn't. And I'm part of the reason we didn't.”
 Charlie Weis - “But if it went the way it was designed to go it might have been a walk-in touchdown. Because it was not run the right way, it was my fault.”
 Charlie Weis - “Here you walk in, say you have 19 minutes (in the locker room). Nineteen minutes You can talk to your coaches, talk to the team, write openers (plays to be used early in the second half), come back and talk to your team again, then go out.”
 Charlie Weis - “They very easily could have won every game they've played in. So don't talk to me about Tennessee being 3-4 because this team could be 6-1 or 7-0 real easily. We're definitely concerned. All you have to do is watch the tape.”
 Andy Weis - “It could be an advantage that he can watch the other guys first. He's in a good situation to do good this weekend. Hopefully, we can get him up on the podium.”
 Charlie Weis - “You look at their weapons on offense, and on top of that they have a huge offensive line. It's going to be quite a challenge for our defense to go toe to toe with these guys.”
 Charlie Weis - “It was a pretty wild experience, ... Watching the team come out there and warm up in blue and I didn't think too much of it, to tell you the truth. And they came out, and I remember the big Trojan horse and remember the team coming out there in those green jerseys and knowing this was going to be something special.”
 Charlie Weis - “I would have gone over to my son, I would have given him a hug and I would have said, 'Stay away from me because it's going to get wild around here,' ... That's what I would have told him. I had even planned that out.”

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