But David is the starter for sure. He's done a great job to put himself in position to physically be able to play the position. So we know he can get the job done.
Every time you play Penn, you know it's going to be a hard-fought game. We've gone there three times since I've been here, and every time it has gone down to the last play or last possession. Our kids really love going there.
He's a great athlete and is going to play both ways for us at wide receiver and corner back.
Neither one of those guys had ever played there, but they both stepped up. And (tackle) Mark Crawford, prior to last week, he hadn't played since eighth grade, but he's 6-2, 295 (pounds) with good speed. The whole group is so raw, but the technique will come. There is great upside.
The best thing about our team is we have a lot of kids that nobody really knows about. But in time, we feel like they will emerge.
There aren't as many unknowns. I want to maximize our players' strengths by being multiple.
Traditionally, our offensive line is depleted every year. Seniors usually dominate it so this is unusual for us. We normally have a starter or two back in the skill positions, but we have the opposite of that this year.
We feel he really developed in the offseason. He worked very, very hard.
We got a lot of guys in the mix at defensive tackle right now so we're not even 100 percent sure who the starters are going to be.
We're a company in transition with new employees.
I am confident that the British people will not be intimidated by terrorism.
Maine's long and cold winters may help keep our State's population low, but our harsh climate also accounts for what is unique and valuable about our land and our people.
The offshore ocean area under U.S. jurisdiction is larger than our land mass, and teems with plant and animal life, mineral resources, commerce, trade, and energy sources.
These kids understood what is not immediately obvious; that they were going to pay the bills for tax cuts that had been passed today or in the last 4 years, and for the war in Iraq, because essentially we are borrowing money to do those things.
To do what we are doing in this budget to our children, cutting their health care funds, decreasing opportunity, simply so we can pay for tax cuts and a war in Iraq is beyond belief, and we need to reverse it.