If it wasn't worth it, I wouldn't be here.
He's a very emotional young man. He's what you call high maintenance. He's getting it ... He's got to. I'd rather him be super talented and a challenge than not super talented and perfect.
I don't know if I've seen a secondary that does a better job of taking the ball away from receivers. Those are huge momentum plays.
Just think of the different types of personalities they've had to deal with through the generations. All the changes in society.
I still wish we had run the ball better. That surely would have helped us. But we knew that was one of their strengths. (The running game) will probably be the No.1 focus in spring ball.
You better be thick-skinned to be in this profession. And you better be ready to handle it when it comes. It's sad that that's the way it is, but that's the way it is.
He's what you call high-maintenance. He's day to day. He's getting it; he's got to.
It was obvious to everyone on the field, and even to Xavier. Xavier's had to miss three, four practices with his shoulder, and with Drew getting all the reps right now he's just clearly in the lead.
Receiver was not a priority in the beginning and it became one. We were very fortunate to fill some holes. I was really getting nervous at the end as I lost the player and got to thinking that Rod Owens may not be ready to play.
He's very familiar with our program, our system and our standards. He will work primarily with the wide receivers and help out in recruiting locally. He played in three national championship games and then got some great experience in the NFL, so we feel like he is a perfect fit.