Some interesting quotes from around the country:
Boise State assistant Jeff Choates talks about ‘humble & hungry’: "Coach Petersen does a great job of making sure we talk to our guys about hungry and humble. Having a lot of confidence in our abilities, and that's a little bit of that swagger, but at the same time respecting our opponents."
Derek Dooley talks about scrimmage: "I got on the defense because they weren't creating enough turnovers, so then they created them and now I'm in the tank because we gave them up. You know, it's like nothing's ever good enough. I don't know, they're feeling good about it on defense and they should be, because we're going to need to get some this year - but we can't spit them out. We're going to have to create turnovers, we're going to have to protect the ball and we're going to have to be good on special teams just to have a chance to win. That's where we are."
Quoting Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly: "I think when they saw there was consistency from my end, they adapted to it. 'You're going to have to have your room cleaned every night, son. It's not just tonight.' Once you provide the consistency, most people are going to say, 'I've got to change, because he's certainly not going to.' "
"Look, Charlie had a big ring. I don't have one of those Super Bowl rings. He's managed a pro football environment. I've never been in that. I don't know how to do that. So I would think the differences are going to be pretty stark, just with Charlie being Charlie and Brian being Brian."
"I don't know that I see myself as the guy as much as I know what I want to do and how I'm going to do it," he said. "I have a clear plan for how we're going to do things here, and it's been successful everywhere I've been. Yes, the stadium's bigger and this place has unbelievable name recognition, but the kids are the same."
Quoting Lane Kiffin: "Nobody's the starting tailback.”
Joker Phillips could name QB by Tuesday: “All the quarterbacks did something good. All of them had a blunder also. We want a quarterback who can win the game for us. Too many receivers missed when being wide open by all three of them. We have to be more efficient in the passing game to be able to be balanced. We know we’re going to be able to run the football.”
“We might have that (a starter by Tuesday). We might decide we have to go with somebody. It’s not down to two yet. All three of them give us something.”
Oklahoma OC Kevin Wilson excited about fullback/tight end personnel: “That group is a tremendous complementary piece. That complement was a total wash last year. Hopefully, that group will make that line look maybe better than they are. If not, they’ll make them look worse than they are. That’s what happened last year.”
Quoting Mike Gundy: "The defense performed very well and corrected a lot of their mistakes from the scrimmage a week ago. We did not make very many plays on offense. Too many balls dropped on the ground. We just didn't play very well on that side of the ball. We've got plenty of guys who can make plays, but we didn't perform tonight."
Baylor head coach Art Briles talks about scrimmage: