"When you are playing end of the game and you are always in a two-minute situation you get in some situations where you have to throw the ball regardless. I think most of [the interceptions] were long throws at the end of time - 4th down or whatever."
"It's all three, four minute situations – its all end of the game. Six different situations. We do it this way all the time, its one of the best things I ever got when I started at BC. So many learning things happen in this on all sides of the football. It's a great drill for the quarterbacks, its good for the coaches – its good for everybody."
"[The offense] made some plays tonight that it hasn't the first two scrimmages so that's positive."
"There are some things that [Glennon] works on every day. He's not a finished product by any stretch of the imagination. The best thing that can happen to him is to finally get in to a game so he can play – that's what he needs."
"He has good days sometimes and he has bad days sometimes."
"I think the offense caught up a little bit in some of these situations. It's a positive for this team and hopefully a confidence builder for the offense. And it knocks the defense down a peg or two."
"I don't pay attention to any of the stats I give you any week, any time, any scrimmage. It's how its played – are they doing the things they are supposed to be doing when they are supposed to be doing them. I like to throw the stats out and you guys can cry wolf or whatever you want to do but they make no difference to anybody until we start playing a game."
"I'm not asking [Glennon] to get into [leadership] even though its a function of being a quarterback. The thing he has to do is run the offense and if he runs the offense efficiently that will be leadership for us right now."
"[Proctor] didn't do what he was supposed to do as far as being a champion in the classroom and the community so he doesn't have a chance to play on the football field. Permanently – he will transfer I think he's going to a junior college somewhere."