Club is where most schools start. Once you have any idea of going up a level, you have to continue the (club) program as much as you can.
I think that (playing UNC) gives credibility to our program. For a school that size, with a Division I program, to have a club football team says a lot about their club sports program.
Our first couple of years we were really, really strong. We could have competed on the NCAA Division III level and even the Division II level. The past few years we've gone down a bit, even though by club standards we still had really good teams. But when we tried to sep up against some of the NCAA II, III and NAIA teams, we did not fare as well.
This is your true student athlete here; they're playing for the love of the game. This is a way for them to continue intercollegiate athletics. They come out there and practice two and a half hours a day in this heat and it takes dedication to do it.
They're not lighting it up -- not like the [Pontiac] Solstice and [Saturn] Sky.
We ran the ball really well. We had a lot of yardage today, but we just couldn't put it into the end zone. We're a young team and it really showed today.