Locker Room Report: Wolfpack Players

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Several Wolfpack players met with the media following the 56-41 win over Maryland.

Tony Creecy

"I knew it was going to be a good game."

"Being a receiver in high school has been really beneficial."

"I'm not going to stop there. I'm going to keep working."

Earl Wolff

"I had to make a play for my team."

"Debbie Yow said that was the second biggest comeback in the ACC ever. That's a big accomplishment. I hope we never have to do anything like that again."

"I told everybody 41-14 doesn't mean anything... I don't know what the score was, I just know we won."

"He allowed me to go home and see my mom."

"She's fighting for our country."

Terrell Manning

"I didn't believe it was happening to us. I kept re-playing in my head Maryland beating us again, ruining everything for us."

"We came out with a spark."

"Everybody came out ready to play."

"Guys stayed with it, playing hard. It's Senior Day out here and we couldn't let those guys go out like that."

"It was definitely one of the biggest comebacks ever."

Mike Glennon

"I just keep playing level-headed, not really worry about things."

"We got the W."

"It was tough, starting the game off like that with all the turnovers on offense."

"In halftime we really got fired up and new we had to come out of the gates."

"We're not trying to put ourselves in this situation but it's a great win."

George Bryan

"Actually we didn't have to adjust anything [at halftime]. We just had to stop beating ourselves."

"Mike did a great job keeping his composure. Playing quarterback is the toughest position out there."

"It hasn't really sunk in yet. I just can't believe this happened."

"At the beginning of the year defenses kind of figured me out, and at the end of the year I was figuring defenses out."

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