We were talking about it today. If you put that No. 93 on him and look at him from behind, he looks like Will Smith. A lot of things he does on the field, he has a lot of characteristics Will had. His stance, his burst off the ball look like Will's. Once he really learns the game on this level, he's going to be a great player.
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For the next three games there's no fear of a letdown. It's all about what we do. If we go out and we play good, we win. And if we don't play good, we lose. We're not going to let that happen.
Penn State's using (Williams) like we use Ted.
They've changed their offense because of those freshmen. They really needed to upgrade their speed and talent.
It didn't really bother us. We just couldn't let them have a good day rushing and a good day passing. In the first half, they had a good day rushing, but the second half we slowed them down.
We're going to match our athletes against their athletes.
You're just curious about what they think about you; it's something I think everybody ought to take advantage of. If the reports are very favorable, then you really have to think about what you're going to do.
I don't really think we should change a lot. We see guys like that every day in practice.
We wanted to get after Tate and take him out of the game. The key was our defensive line. They put pressure on Tate and we stopped the run.