Caleb Benenoch talks during Stanford week.
On preparation for Stanford:
We go in to every game the same, we set our game plan, we see what the defense does and we roll with it.
On why they have difficulties against Stanford:
The last couple of years, we've caused ourselves problems. Mental errors, penalties, things like that. We have to eliminate things like that. Stanford doesn't make a lot of mistakes. We have to be mistake free and do what we do well.
On if Stanford is a mental hurdle:
No, its another step in the road to getting what we want to get to. We'll be ready for Thursday.
On why their defense is so good:
They're a hard-nosed football team, good gap control, don't give up a lot of big plays. You get 7-8 offensive drives and if you don't make them count, you're going to have problems beating them.
On the offensive line experience:
We definitely have a real chip on our shoulder and want to go out there and play our game against those guys. They're a good football team and its a good measuring stick for our offensive line.
On the chip on their shoulder:
Its coming in and playing offensive line for UCLA. Before I got here, the offensive line has been a whipping boy so we have a chip on our shoulder, since I got here, that's been our thing, fighting for respect and carrying the chip on our shoulder every week.
On if he's more comfortable at tackle or guard:
I'm more comfortable at tackle.