“What happened to me
is not that important in the scheme of things,” he said.
“But what is happening to the judiciary is tremendously
important to all Americans. So, I'm not bitter - my spirits are
good. My faith has not been weakened. God's grace indeed is sufficient.”
“That was good. And I like (the players) to understand that that happens. I'd like it not to happen. But in our offense, on the very next play the coverage might dictate that he's the primary (receiver.) So, bang, give him the ball and give him a chance to go again. And Johnnie did good.”
“It's a great barometer for not only what is happening with our team at the moment but what could happen, what might happen down the road. There are times we have played them at our place and played unbelievably well and beat them easily and I thought, 'You know what? I think this team can win the national championship.' There's times when we've played them at their place and got our heads handed to us and I left there thinking, 'You know what? I'm not sure we're a national championship-type team.”