Greg Schiano, Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Safeties
On the value of facing Army
"There's great prestige. I truly appreciate what those men have done, what they do and what they're going to do for our country."
On Army's triple option offense
"When I was head coach at Rutgers we played Army or Navy almost every year. (Army is) a team that rebuilt itself into a bowl game a year ago, and they run the (triple option) really well."
On the defensive line's focus on stopping Army's run game
"There's pressure because you have to be more disciplined, especially with (your) technique. All of the little things are going to play with our whole defensive perspective of being disciplined."
On team goals
"You have to move forward from the loss because it's a long year. The main focus is beating Army and getting back to what we do."
On matching up against Army's offense
"This is not a game where you can go out there and try to be perfect. You have to go out there and play the game. The more you try to be perfect, the more mistakes you have."
On Urban Meyer's focus on punting
"He told me in recruiting punting is kind of his baby."
On bottle flipping viral video
"It's kind of my hobby. A lot of guys have (video games), mine is flipping bottles. During the season I focus on flipping the field instead."
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