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 Charlie Weis - “And I don't use that word very often.”
 Charlie Weis - “It is important when you are doing things like this to set your priorities. What is the most important thing For those that know me, they know the more important thing to me is my family and being true to your word. I have been both good to my family and true to my word at the same time without this being about money.”
 Charlie Weis - “We're going to be spending time on fundamentals and techniques because we can't worry about who we're playing if we play like that.”
 Charlie Weis - “I think if our players watched the tape of the game against Michigan State, we have enough problems to worry about on our own, and that's what we're worrying about,”
 Charlie Weis - “Trust me, you don't have to worry about my mood with the players because it will be very matter of fact.”
 Charlie Weis - “I'm happy for the team, but I worry about their heads. I told them to enjoy this tonight, but not too much. You don't want to have a big win like this, then lay an egg at home the next week.”
 Charlie Weis - “I think how balanced they are. I don't know that you can say we need to shut down 83, or 21 or 8 or 3 or 10 or 39 on defense. My biggest worry is they look awful good across the board.”
 Charlie Weis - “Weis said this week would be devoted to dealing with injuries and developing depth. The last I checked we have 'bye' on the schedule next Saturday, ... so I'll worry about USC then.”
 Charlie Weis - “I think, if our players watched the tape of the game against Michigan State, we have enough problems to worry about on our own. Once the game starts, you're not looking across the field. You're just worried about the guys on the field.”
 Charlie Weis - “I think Darius could run the ball in a game 40 times if you wanted him to, but you have to worry about the whole season,”
 Charlie Weis - “We didn't deserve to win. If we were to deserve to win, I'd feel worse.”
 Charlie Weis - “I told our offensive guys you must not be worth a crap. I used that pretty much all week. Now here, I've basically used the same thing. Except now that I'm at Notre Dame, I don't say crap. I say you must not be worth a darn. But I try to play to that.”
 Jim Oberweis - “I think she thinks shredding documents is wrong if you get caught, but if you don't get caught - oh well, it's OK.”
 Charlie Weis - “If I dignified that, (Bill) Parcells and (Bill) Belichick would just humiliate me. I've played two games. Really I've just coached two games. Let's come back and revisit that about 10 years from now.”
 Charlie Weis - “I can't let them feel too good about themselves because we play Saturday against a team that's definitely gotten the best of this rivalry the past bunch of years.”
 Charlie Weis - “I've just coached two games. Let's come back and revisit that about 10 years from now. If I dignify that comment, (Bill) Parcells and (Bill) Belichick will humiliate me.”
 Charlie Weis - “Let's come back and revisit that in about 10 years.”
 Charlie Weis - “If I answered by dignifying that, (Bill) Parcells and (Bill) Belichick would humiliate me. I've just coached two games and they've played two games. Let's come back and revisit that in about 10 years.”
 Charlie Weis - “Could you really see Charlie Weis coaching the Saints next years Please tell me this is more than just arbitrary conjecture you're basing this on. Please tell me they're going to hire a real coach this time, not just some washed-up, retired nut job like Mike Ditka again.”
 Charlie Weis - “had been hardened and seasoned over the last two years.”
 Charlie Weis - “It's good that the players aren't satisfied after winning a game. It's good that they feel, 'We blew this,' or 'We should have done better there.' That's a good thing. Because too many times, people say, 'Well, we won the game,' so it hides all those problems.”
 Charlie Weis - “When you have guys who are involved in national championship teams that are as well-respected as Pete I think the fact that of the people around him want to give him his just due is justifiably so.”
 Charlie Weis - “That they represent a lot of people that they don't even realize they're representing,”
 Charlie Weis - “It's significant, especially because we have a national recruiting base. A lot of these kids that go away from home go a long distance and their parents can't just come up to every game. I think the fact that you can tell them that week in and week out, they can be seen on national TV not regional, not local definitely is a good selling point with their families.”
 Charlie Weis - “This is probably going to come down to their offense against our defense because everyone is talking about it being just the opposite.”

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