Mack Brown puzzled while Gus Malzahn is amazed
- Published: Sunday, 24 October 2010 10:18
- by Administrator
Mack Brown unsure where to place the blame after 28-21 loss to Iowa State: “Coaches did a poor job, obviously. I told the players it's hard to figure out whether you blame coaches or players. The players didn't get ready to play, and it's the coaches' job to get them ready to play. That's my job to get the coaches ready to play.”
Gus Malzahn talks about Cam Newton: "I know it sounds crazy to say this, but nothing Cam does right now surprises me."
LSU linebacker Kelvin Sheppard describes Cam Newton: "Plain and simple. He's the best quarterback in the country."
Bo Pelini compliments offensive coordinator Shawn Watson: “I thought Shawn Watson called a heck of a game. I thought we executed our offense the way it needs to be executed. I thought we took a big step as an offense today, and as a football team.”
Tired of “same old Spartans,” Mark Dantonio leads Michigan State to 35-27 win at Northwestern: "I get tired of hearing about the same old Spartans. If we would have laid an egg I'm sure some people would have labeled us that. (So) I do think it's another step in the program and I do hope people recognize that.''
Tuberville explains 27-24 win at Colorado: “Somehow, someway, today we kept our presence about us and didn’t panic when we were 10 points back. We were able to make enough plays to win the game.”
Dabo Swinney says a number of Clemson players were stuck in elevator, late to pre-game meal: "I said, 'If we can pluck 33 people from 2,000 feet under a Chilean mine, we can get you out of an elevator,"
Air Force head coach Troy Calhoun give credit to TCU: “Right now there’s a gap. That’s stating the obvious.”
Dan Hawkins on if there’s a reason the fans should continue to believe: "I don`t know, we`re just going to keep hanging in there. And we need them to hang in there."
(on how he is holding up) "I`m good I really am. I think we just need to go back to the grindstone every time and keep staying after it. You just have to get up one more time after you get knocked down. It is not easy for anybody."
Gene Chizik says, "I can't say enough about our defensive staff. We were playing with true freshman and walkons."