Dino Babers is building a young football team and there has been some growing pains. One of those growing pains is helping a young quarterback, Eric Dungey, get used to playing in a new offense. Babers explains why he will continue to be patient with Dungey and why this adjustment is tough for a young quarterback.
Jimbo Fisher explains what kind of leadership he needs from his players on and off the field.
Mark Richt is going to do what is best for them as far as style of play is concerned.
North Carolina fulback Mitch Tribusky talked with the media about the final kick against Florida State, what he said to Nick Weiler before he kicked the field goal, North Carolina’s final drive and how tough it is tuning out the Heisman talk.
Syracuse Orange football coach Dino Babers talked with the media about how he’s trying to get his young players to focus on the process, the confidence level for his players is not great but not too bad either and he asked for patience because the team is still young and a work in progress.
Dabo Swinney is worried because Louisville’s offense is freaky good, raves about Lamar Jackson and is worried because there are no weak spots in Louisville’s offense.
Deshaun Watson isn’t worried about Heisman talk, he explains why he loves to compete against the top defenses in college football and he’s willing to run if that’s what Louisville gives him.
Mark Richt is proud of his team playing with an edge and sense of urgency.