Q: What's you status?
Jeff Peterson: I'm just doing rehab, going through that pretty strong. I hope to be back by Sunday.
Q: Is there still a good chance for that?
JP: There's still a chance. I don't know how good it is right now. Hamstrings are a little tricky. You feel good one moment and then the next it's pretty sore.
Q: Is it tricky, too, because you don't want to go out there and make it worse?
JP: Yeah, I had a hamstring injury this summer. I didn't play PTL. I tried to come back too soon and it was pulled again.
Q: Is this the same hamstring?
JP: No, it's the other one.
Q: How long did it take you to get over the one from the summer?
JP: I played like one PTL game. Pretty much the whole summer I just rested it.
Q: Are you able to jog?
JP: They haven't cleared me. I've just been doing the bike.
Q: So, when you're just walking do you feel it?
JP: Sometimes more than others. Today has been pretty good; not really any pain today/ I've just been walking.
Q: What is your rehab routine?
JP: I stretch a lot. Strief will massage it. I do some ultrasound. I do a lot of core work and try to strengthen the muscles around it. Then Cyrus and I will go to the pool every day or whatever; do a lot in the pool.
Q: Has Jake talked to you at all on maybe picking up some pointers or some hints on playing the point?
JP: Not really. He's doing well. I just try to continue to boost his confidence. The Purdue game he did well, especially how much he played.
Q: Have you ever been on a team that's been so decimated by injury?
JP: Not to this degree, I don't think.