"I'm going to North Texas to play straight quarterback nothing else," Dodge said. "I'm so excited. It was a hard deal. It was very hard for me to call Coach Brown and talk to him about it. He and Coach Davis were very supportive of my situation."
"I'm so excited. I feel like there is a big buzz right now around North Texas. Everybody is so excited about it. We have a good group of recruits coming in, and I just want to build off that," Dodge added. "I'm just pumped up. I feel like I can play quarterback at the highest level. I want to show people that I can do that, and I think the best place for me to show that is at North Texas."
Dodge seems to have a chip on his shoulder. He has heard over and over again that he is too small to play quarterback on the next level, and he is bound and determined to prove his doubters wrong.
"I feel like a lot of people doubt what I can do being 5-foot-11 or 6-foot," Dodge said. "I have been playing the position since I was five years old. I feel like I am very polished and am one of the best quarterbacks in the state. I guess you could say that I just want to prove everyone wrong."