July 16, 2014
Sophomore QB Maty Mauk
On his passing game becoming a main strength this season:
"It's definitely one of my main strengths. I went down there (Manning camp) feeling good, but when I came back I really felt a difference. I gained not just quarterback skills, but everything from huddle-breaking skills and leadership skills. This camp took me to the next level. I have already been working with some of the guys with some changes that I want to make this season. We even went over things last night and we looked great."
On his first start of the season last year versus Florida:
"Going into that week I had the opportunity to talk to the other players, like the wide receivers, and I told them to go out there and pretend like nothing ever happen and to believe in me. I also told them to give me a chance, and they did believe in me. We went out there and the first play we went deep and following that play we ran a corner route and scored. We scored in forty-two seconds and after that drive I just felt my confidence level go up."
On beards and mullets:
"It's just something that we do every year. Last year Evan Boehm and I had beards and this year everyone wanted to do something different, so this year everyone is coming together and forming the beards and mullets."
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