CN: You obviously didn't get the results that you wanted, but what was it like out there today in your first start on defense?
Harris: I was pretty relaxed at first going out there. I wasn't uptight; I got some time last year at running back so I know the speed of the game in college football. I felt kind of relaxed out there. I try and treat it just like practice.
CN: How tough was it playing against that offense and the way that they move the ball?
Harris: Well coming in you know that they'll throw the ball 90% of the time. The whole week we just tried to focus on making sure that I know all of my keys and everything. Like I said, we knew it was coming, it wasn't a surprise. We just have to get better. We have talent out there, we just need to practice hard and get better.
CN: What's the goal now with four games left?
Harris: The goal is to win all four. There's no doubt about it, we need to win. We'll get some bowl chances if we go out there and get W's.
CN: Do your goals become one game at a time?
Harris: Oh yeah, in the spot we're in one at a time. We can't look forward because we have got to win.
CN: You see things in practice, but when you see that offense on the field with all of those receivers, what is it like?
Harris: You watch the tape and you know exactly what they're going to do. We've just got to make plays. We have the talent to do it, we've just got to make plays. We're young, but everybody is a veteran now. We've been in the system for a while now, we're all veterans.