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On Arizona State:
We're about to look at them this afternoon. They always play us really well and last year they got the best of us. We have to bring it, it's a South game and we want to be on top of the South so we have to bring it and get a W.
On bouncing back from Stanford:
Our coaches did a great job preparing us and trying to contain their quarterbacks. They brought in three and we did a good job containing them.
On Kenny Young:
This past game he had an amazing game, a couple sacks, 12-13 tackles. He's been a baller this year. He's only going to get better.
On if Young bringing pressure has freed him up:
When you go back to Pop Warner, its blitzing and get to the quarterback and that eases pressure in everyone's mind.
On how much the ASU loss sticks with them:
It sticks with the whole team. The past few years, we've been back and forth with ASU, so we know we have to bring our best for the W.
On why they've had success in Tempe:
Our mindset going into the game, knowing how physical it's going to be.
On going against a high-powered offense:
We love a challenge and for us we want to be a top defense, so knowing we're facing an offense that puts up great numbers will be exciting.
On if Kenny Young is a vocal leader:
He's a vocal guy and does it by example. We get on each other and that's why the defense is good. No one takes it personal, we know we want to get each other better. Hopefully we'll be better by the end of the year.
On he Young has become an L.A. guy being out here:
He's still a Southerner with his strong accent.
On if Young has taken him to a Southern restaurant:
Not yet, I need to ask him too.
On if he's spoken with Mique Juarez:
I have not.