"This will really benefit [Glennon] a lot. He's getting a lot of time to throw; he's getting a lot of attention coaching-wise, he should get better and better every day. It's really important to him."
"[Bible] is gonna come out and do what he can do every day. I think today will be a pretty good indicator to him. He's still in chemotherapy, he gets back in the office at about 11:30 every day. He's part of the plan but what we've done – it's my fault that we got caught flat-footed last year – so we're splitting up more of the things on offense. We anticipate he's going to be here but there's gonna be times where he has to go sit down, which I think he did today."
"I made him get a letter from the doctor saying its okay for him to be out here. I told him I didn't want his wife suing me if something bad happens. The doctor gave him a letter and I think he agrees that this is good for him. As much as he can do, we're going to let him do."
"One thing about being a coordinator or being a head coach is that you understand how difficult it is to be a coordinator or a head coach and I think you are a better assistant because of it. I think [Jon Tenuta] will add a lot of knowledge and experience to that position and to our defense. I think he was excited about being a coach – there is something about having the dot off you too. The bulls eye isn't on your back all the time so you can just go out and coach."
"[Tenuta] better be recruiting. He coached at Georgia Tech for all those years – he knows all the high schools his kids went to high school in the greater Atlanta area so I think he knows all those coaches down there."
"You can tell there is a difference [with Irving back]. I didn't know what to expect but he looks like he hasn't missed anything."
"He's so instinctual – one of the plays we had trouble with last year he read it perfectly. Didn't have to say a word to him, he figures it out. That's of great value."