You don't realize how special it is until it's gone.
Coach Meyer has prepared us, but on Saturday he can only do so much. It's our show.
I've been here a long time, and that was a great thing. We've got the best student body in America, and I really enjoyed that.
If we're going to take back the Swamp, it's going to start Saturday. We know that and understand the importance of this game. We're not overlooking it.
Chris Leak was on. He had that swagger and made the right decisions. It helped that he didn't have two or three guys in his face, too.
Coach Meyer has stressed taking care of the football to all of us. Chris is really taking care of it.
We thought Tennessee was going to be one of the toughest defenses we'd have to play and then all of a sudden we look at the film and say maybe not. These guys are just as good if not better than Tennessee.
I think we all have a sour taste in our mouth because we haven't been on the winning end of many of those games. We have this year to change it.
We have four games left in the season, and we're going to try to prove everybody wrong. That's the big focus for us offensively, to show that this really works.
He has something that a lot of other people don't have. You all can label it whatever you want to label it. He's special. I don't know (what it is), but he knows where the ball is going to be at somehow.
Everybody is surprised and also disappointed with our offense. But we need to focus on things we can control. We've had penalties that cost us and turnovers that cost us, and the offensive line has been inconsistent.
There's part of me that would always like it to be better. But I feel comfortable with what those guys are able to do next year.
The talent's there. And the togetherness is getting there. If you start putting all the wheels in motion and all pieces together, it's a pretty good-looking puzzle.
Coach is trying to instill core values, trust. We're becoming more of a team. Eight months ago, it wasn't really like this. Will it pay off in September? I hope so.
We know that football isn't always life. We've learned that lesson.
We think coach Meyer is going to be the future. What he demands from us is a lot of responsibility, a lot of time. What he's going to reward us with is a lot of wins. That's a fair trade in my book.