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 Charlie Weis - “Oh, that hat will be on, ... I'll make sure people will hold him accountable.”
 Charlie Weis - “I wouldn't call it mind games. But I think you have to make sure they realize they can always play better.”
 Charlie Weis - “We need for them to step up and make a bunch of plays. I think they're going to be up to the challenge. I'm excited about watching them play.”
 Charlie Weis - “Well, ... I just told them, with a few words added for emphasis, that it was the night before a big game, and all the families are here, and let's make sure we worry about the game. OK”
 Charlie Weis - “I sat down next to him and I cited 10 different things to happen in the fourth quarter that could have changed the outcome of that game. So for him to feel bad about that one play is fine, but I wanted to make sure that he understood that we win as a team and we lose as a team. That was just one play in the game.”
 Charlie Weis - “Seven sacks against us, that's not what we're looking for. And it doesn't make a difference whether I throw it 10 times or throw it 50 times, we're not going to get sacked seven times.”
 Charlie Weis - “I think they've figured me out. I think that when you realize that I'm doing everything for a reason, liking it really isn't the issue. It's just trying to make it work.”
 Charlie Weis - “They know how bad this feels and how important that is to them. They're the ones that are going to have to make the strides and take it to the next level. Obviously today wasn't good enough.”
 Charlie Weis - “There's no reason to sit here and make any second-guesses or complain, because they were the better team.”
 Charlie Weis - “There were a couple of other times where receivers were holding the ball loosely. We're really going to have to make that a point of emphasis this week.”
 Charlie Weis - “I think Darius, along with (offensive coordinator Michael) Haywood have been working all year long to make it where we can put him on the field for all three downs.”
 Charlie Weis - “He has a lot of the same elements and same components that make a front-line quarterback. It starts with that special something inside that the great ones have and I think (Quinn) has that special something.”
 Charlie Weis - “They have to know how bad this feels. They're the ones who have to make the strides and take it to the next level because today obviously wasn't good enough.”
 Charlie Weis - “I might not talk just about the game. I'll just make sure he's loose and focused and ready to go.”
 Margaret Weis - “All the characters and plots were predetermined. Games make bad plots.”
 Charlie Weis - “It means five less bus trips we have to make this season.”
 Charlie Weis - “I just want to wish you guys luck, ... That was a hard-fought battle. I hope you win out.”
 Charlie Weis - “Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis gave a pep talk in the USC locker room after the 34-31 loss to USC. I just want to wish you good luck the rest of the way, ... That was a hard-fought battle. I hope you win out.”
 Charlie Weis - “This was a slugfest a street fight, ... If you're waiting for me to say it was a good loss, you won't hear that here. Losing is losing. There are no moral victories.”
 Charlie Weis - “If you're waiting for me to say it was a good loss, you won't hear that here, ... Losing is losing. There are no moral victories. What I did tell them was not to hang their heads. That was a slugfest, a street fight. That was a good football game.”
 Charlie Weis - “If you're looking for me to say this was a great loss, you're going to wait a long time. We had a chance to win, and we didn't. I like the fact that (the team) is as disappointed as they are. I'd feel worse if they felt good about themselves. They're disappointed, and so am I.”
 Charlie Weis - “Everyone thinks that they're the reason why you lost. I think that when you win a big game like that, it's a team win. Well, when you lose, it's a team loss, and I don't want any one person feeling responsible for losing that game. I think that would be totally out of line.”
 Charlie Weis - “If you're waiting for me to say it's a good loss, you won't hear that here,”
 Charlie Weis - “If you're waiting for me to say this is a great loss, ... you'll be waiting a long time.”
 Charlie Weis - “There are two ways you can go after a loss. One way is you sit there and feel sorry for yourselves. The other way is to take that bitter taste in your mouth and say I don't want to have that taste a year from now.”

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