"Give credit to Matt Baker and those kids keeping their composure and keeping their poise. [N.C. State] was a loud place to play. They did a good job of drowning us out with audibles and signals. But Matt and our receivers did a good job. It was our best game by our receivers. They came to play. ‘Jaws' [Jarwarski Pollock] had a big game. Mike [Mason] makes a big play and Matt just drives them down the field. It was really great to see these kids overcome the halftime. Coming out of halftime, we feel good and all of a sudden we're behind by 10 points. These kids did a great job coming back."
"[Utah] is still a very good team. Their line is solid. Their backs are solid. Their quarterback was the No. 1 pick in the NFL – Alex Smith. Well, guess what? The guy back there playing now looks to me like a clone of him. But maybe he's faster with a live arm. He can really wing it downfield. They're wide open and they're going to spread us out. It's a little scary. It's hard to practice against, because you can't simulate it as well as they can and we don't see it very often. So, it's a difficult thing to prepare for and it's going to be a long, long game against Utah in terms as making plays, tackling people, assignment football, running to the ball carrier – the pitch, the option, the shovel – you name it, they could have everything against us. And they're defense is still pretty good, too."