DE George Selvie Profile
USFNation: The D-line has really been playing well the last few games, what do you think the difference is from earlier in the season?
George Selvie: At the beginning of the season, we were just starting out and did not know what to expect. We had a new group of people after three players left after last season from the defense. We had to get that chemistry together as a defense. As the games went along, we learned more about how each other play, and at the end of the season we were just able to come together.
USFN: How important is Josh Julmiste returning to the line after serving a six game suspension?
Selvie: That was really big. He is a big and fast guy who can get into the backfield and get pressure and hit the quarterback. He is very aggressive so he is a big asset to our defensive line and defense overall.
USFN: What type of relationship do you have with Chris Robinson?
Selvie: : That is my really good friend and actually he is my roommate. We are really close and keep together. After the game, we went to Applebees and laughed. I waste my tea, spilling it on the table, so we laughed. We had fun celebrating.
USFN:: What is your most memorable moment from this season?
Selvie: : Definitely the touchdown that I scored at West Virginia. I had never scored a touchdown in my career before.
USFN:: What went through your mind when you saw the ball lying there with nobody around but yourself?
Selvie: : I was like, "Are you serious." It was right there for me. I just picked it up and ran. At first, I did not know it was a touchdown because I did not hear the roar from the crowd. I was kind of getting down on myself, but I realized we were not at home so it was okay to silence the crowd.
USFN:: I know you are unsure about what team you will be playing, but what are your expectations for the bowl game?
Selvie: : We expect to play our game. We know we can dominate, but we just need to do what we do best.
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