Senior wideout Deon Butler fielded questions via teleconference call on Tuesday morning. Catch what the wideout had to say on a variety of topics right here.

Deon Butler took some time to field questions this morning on his major, his internship with the Philadelphia Homicide unit, why he loves forensic science...oh and a little bit of football too. Brace yourself for 40 newspaper stories on Butler's internship in the next 48 hours. Although it took a CSI to find football talk during the call, here are some of his comments around the team:

On the satisfaction of going from a walk-on to a leading receiver:

"I am satisfied that I have achieved a lot, but my goal is to win a National Championship, so we're working towards that, but the individual performance I have had is enjoyable."

On the quarterback reps in practice:

"They rotate them pretty evenly. Both quaterbacks are stepping up in the pocket and making plays. Passing game is looking real good."

On how they can start strong on offense:

"Establish the running game early. That will settle the..."


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