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A Chat with Joe Craddock

Here is the interview with MTSU quarterback Joe Craddock:

“It was an awesome feeling knowing the seconds were ticking off and we were going to get this win. What a great win for us, our fans, our University. This is why you do all the work and I am glad it was at home and everybody got to enjoy it.

“These receivers are going to be great. They have a lot of talent and they just need more time in the system and they are going to be really fun to watch. They make plays.

“We knew going in that Maryland wouldn’t give us a big pass rush because they are more of a read team. We knew we would have some time and we just needed to execute.

“These fans stuck with us. We can’t thank them enough. They were a big part of this tonight. I can’t tell you how much we appreciate this crowd and how they believed in us. We have been so close so many times and had one heartbreaker after another, but tonight we stuck with it and found a big win.”

By Eric Prisbell  |  September 7, 2008; 2:32 PM ET
Categories:  Football  
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Comments

This says it all. “We knew going in that Maryland wouldn’t give us a big pass rush because they are more of a read team. We knew we would have some time and we just needed to execute."
FIRE COSH, FIRE COSH, FIRE COSH!

Posted by: Paco in Ajijic | September 7, 2008 2:50 PM | Report abuse

No sacks in two games versus two cupcakes. What a pathetic D.

Eric, please post Cosh's Defensive rankings over his history at all Universities...you'll see a definite trend! Nothing new at UMD...just his MO. Guy blows!

Posted by: RStarks | September 7, 2008 5:44 PM | Report abuse

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