A: The confidence level of the team in my point of view is very high. I know that we're banged up a little bit, but it's not anything we can't bounce back from.
Q: Do you guys have to adjust your practices for each team, or is there a consistency to them?
A: Of course you have to adjust to each team your playing. Every team is not the same; you have to change the mood. But, at the end of the day, we're still working for the same thing.
Q: Is there anything you saw from FSU that you're trying to exploit from their offense?
A: Their quarterback is good runner and thrower; we just have to keep him contained and go from there.
Q: What did you see from FSU's loss against NC State? Is there anything that you can get from that game?
A: NC State never gave up. They never quit fighting up front, and it showed.
Q: What does the Florida State rivalry mean to you?
A: I have been watching Florida State rival UM since I was yay high, and it means a lot.
Q: What were your memories as a kid of the rivalry?
A: I can't remember what date it was, but, Miami won, and I've been a Miami fan ever since.
Q: So, you feel the rivalry against FSU?
A: I mean, it's a rivalry, but to us it's just another game.
Q: Are you guys close to where you want to be on the defensive line?
A: We're getting better each minute. We're going to be on top in every standpoint of the defense, and it starts with a defensive line.