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On the team's mindset:
Right now, we're focused on UNLV and just trying to get a W. We'll attack this week hard, knowing we have a lot to improve on and then give our focus to UNLV.
On what they noticed on film:
Minor mistakes. We have to stay gap sound and make open field tackles, and we do that and we'll be pretty good.
On holding A&M's offense in the fourth:
It was trying to get our team back on top and get the game tied.
I think today we will look (at film).
On if he played much against them last year:
I played a lot of snaps last year. They have some athletes and did some trick plays against us. They're talented. We have to come with it.
On the defense:
It was good but not up to our standard. We gave up some big runs need to eliminate those big gains so we can be stronger as a run defense.
On Eddie Vanderdoes being back:
It's great. The whole D-Line, they did phenomenal and we have to eliminate the little things in our gaps so we don't give up big runs.
It's up to the coaches but I'm fine with whatever. We have to get home on some of them.
On returning Deon Hollins and Takk McKinley:
With a pass rush, the quarterback gets the ball out quicker and feels the presence of the defense and having those two guys on the edges helps.
On Trevor Knight's overtime run:
Oh man, my heart dropped. I had faith in the offense. We couldn't get it done. It's alright, we'll make the corrections as a team and get better.
On playing Johnny Stanton in high school:
He's a good quarterback, a big guy, great competitor and has a great winning mentality.