Nebraska Soccer Signing Day Press Convention
Head Coach Matt Rhule
Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2023 

Opening assertion
“I simply need to be certain that we honor and have fun Nationwide Ladies’s and Women in Sports activities Day. An important HuskHers occasion  that my spouse got here in for at the moment. It’s actually one of many nice issues about being right here is to see different sports activities. You aren’t getting that within the Nationwide Soccer League. Elite match final week watching our ladies’s tennis workforce play, so I sit up for being part of the campus neighborhood and watching, with my son and my two daughters and my spouse, all the ladies athletes right here on campus as they excel at their craft and help Title IX and all it has finished for athletics. I’m excited to have fun at the moment the start of Black Historical past Month. Clearly I help that inside our workforce and on campus. I need to want one of the best of luck to the 4 former Huskers which might be going to play within the Tremendous Bowl. I had an opportunity to textual content forwards and backwards with Ndamukong Suh the opposite day. (Cameron) Jurgens, Jack Stoll and DiCaprio Bootle with Kansas Metropolis, so I’m excited for these guys. It’s in all probability a dream come true. Lastly, I tweeted it out yesterday, however I’m honored that Coach (Tom) Osborne has agreed to be the keynote speaker at our spring clinic. Simply having the possibility to go to with him a couple of instances, the quantity of soccer that he’s keen to surrender to folks, it will likely be a fantastic clinic. Lastly, I simply need to say it has been a privilege to get to know this workforce. Actually cool guys on this workforce. Change is at all times exhausting. A brand new coach is at all times actually, actually exhausting. There’s this era the place it’s ‘why are we doing this’ or ‘why are we doing that,’ however I’m actually pleased with the best way they’re working. They’re working actually exhausting. Each on the sector and off the sector. A few issues I need to spotlight from the autumn to credit score Dennis (LeBlanc) and Andrea (Einsphar) and the earlier teaching employees, however most significantly, in all probability the gamers. The cumulative GPA for the blokes which might be returning was 3.124. I feel anytime you will have a soccer workforce that’s above a 3.0 GPA, you will have a very good tradition. 61 of the 98 returning gamers have been a 3.0 GPA or above within the fall. 32 of these guys bought a 3.4. 58 Nebraska soccer gamers have been named to the autumn tutorial Large Ten workforce. In November, the Nebraska NCAA Commencement Success Charge was reported at 92-percent which is the very best at school historical past. I feel Dennis LeBlanc and his workforce they do a implausible job, and our gamers are devoted to success each on and off the sector.”

On settling in at Nebraska 
“We’re in a dash. We’re going to dash. We’re not going to take a break. Now the main target is simply purely on the blokes which might be right here. There are loads of winners on this workforce. There are loads of guys that I have to do a fantastic analysis on to assist them be probably the most profitable they are often. I gave the coaches a few days off right here. I’m right here proper now. I will likely be right here all week. We’re engaged on 2024 and a few 2025s. However most significantly, engaged on this workforce and getting ourselves able to be in a great place for spring ball.” 

On the switch portal
“I feel the switch portal is a good factor for gamers to manage their future. Like many different modalities which might be ruined by adults, I feel extra gamers are informed to switch then determine they need to switch. But when a great will not be in the fitting spot, I feel he ought to have the possibility to depart and the possibility to play immediately. I do not like tampering that may typically go on when children are comfortable and individuals are coming in. I’m afraid when the COVID sixth yr is over, the affect on children’ lecturers. Generally they’re 15 credit away at one place, after which they depart, and now swiftly they’re 50. With that being mentioned, it has been good to us. We do not we need to be the hugest switch workforce. We need to recruit highschool student-athletes and watch them develop over 4 or 5 years. However, if somebody is elsewhere they usually actually love Nebraska and suppose that is the fitting place for them, I would like them to be right here. And if a teenager actually needs to get on the sector they usually do not suppose they’ll get on the sector for us they usually have an opportunity to go elsewhere, I need to help them in that. I’m very student-athlete centric. I would like every child to do what is true for them. I do not need them to run away adversity, however I would like them to make the fitting choice for his or her future when the time comes.”

On his recruiting strategy
“Nice groups are constructed on two issues: relationships and requirements. So, we now have a normal, and our customary is to work actually, actually exhausting. I do not need it to be aggressive the place it’s ‘Hey I need to signal extra guys than you’ as a result of that results in dangerous groups, that results in coaches taking guys’ favors. All people that we herald is introduced in by your complete employees. That being mentioned, I like that we’re nonetheless old style. Lots of groups are flying someplace and are going to see three or 4 faculties in that space. We’re going to attempt impact excessive faculties. We’re going to try to see eight or 9 or 10 excessive faculties. Marcus Satterfield was in Denver engaged on 2024s in Colorado and as he was driving by a faculty, it wasn’t on his checklist, so he referred to as the coach and mentioned ‘hey can I are available’. As he’s speaking to the coach the coach mentioned ‘hey I’ve this child that’s beneath the radar that nobody actually is aware of about, some individuals are recruiting him, however I feel you’re lacking out on him.’ And D’Andre (Barnes) signed at the moment. He hits all of the metrics that we search for. He’s sensible. He’s huge. To me, the explanation why you exit and see as many faculties as you do is as a result of when somebody does have a switch or somebody does have an beneath the radar man, they choose up the telephone and name the College of Nebraska as a result of they know they’ve relationships with the coaches.”

On recruiting at Nebraska
“We must always recruit properly. We are going to at all times in all probability attraction to a sure mindset. It must be somebody who actually likes soccer. It must be somebody who additionally needs to go to high school. It must be somebody that wishes to be developed on and off the sector. It must be somebody who likes to work. However, the model itself, the fan base, the city, town of Lincoln and the amenities, I feel loads of these issues run parallel. Lots of these issues are unmatched. We must always completely recruit properly yearly.” 

On scholarship numbers 
“I’m very hesitant to speak about positions or areas to fill. Generally I hear folks speak. All of us should be very cautious speaking like ‘properly we’re actually dangerous at this place,’ as a result of these children are nonetheless 18-22. They don’t seem to be NFL gamers. They’re creating, so I can’t touch upon positions but as a result of I have not coached them. I’ve two guys that performed for me in faculty which might be taking part in within the Tremendous Bowl. Hassan Reddick performs edge now. He did not play exterior backer in faculty. I’ve Shaun Bradley who’s sadly on IR proper now. He’s a linebacker. He was not a linebacker in highschool. A number of the actual magic that I feel good staffs do is that they discover the fitting place for gamers. You’re a good defensive finish, however I feel you can be a fantastic sort out. I feel that’s a part of the magic. When it comes to scholarship numbers at positions, I’m nonetheless not the place I’d need to be on the offensive line. I want to at all times be at 16 scholarships on the offensive line. Watching among the non-scholarship offensive linemen transfer, they appear to be scholarship offensive linemen at different locations I’ve been. I’ve not seen them play, so I must watch. We’re clearly over on scholarships proper now. There are such a lot of new guidelines now that will let you do issues to get there, so we’ll work on that as we go. Now we have form of remade the workforce, and I feel the workforce that’s right here is remaking themselves within the weight room proper now. Lots of guys look considerably completely different to me simply after a few weeks.”

On bringing in three Georgia transfers
“Clearly they performed till late, so that they had a restricted window as a result of all these gamers, apart from Arik (Gilbert), went into the portal after it was over with. As I become older, guys who coached for me now go on, like Fran (Brown) was a graduate assistant than a place coach and now he’s actually one of many prime assistants within the nation and must be a head coach and will likely be a head coach. As guys are getting in ‘hey coach this can be a man that matches you’. He form of is aware of how I’m, the best way I need to do issues, the method we’ll need to have, the character of the blokes we wish, the work ethic. So, he was capable of inform me about them after which additionally inform them about us and what we’re doing right here and form of allow us to recruit from there. Even a man like Arik, Jake Peats who I labored with, you understand a Nebraska alum, he had had him at LSU. An enormous factor whenever you deliver transfers in, is why are they transferring? Why do they need to be right here? I feel all these guys, to me, are actually good gamers they usually have an opportunity to assist us. Additionally they have the fitting mindset to play at Nebraska.”
On the 2023 recruiting class
As you’re on the market on the earth and folks say ‘Ah Nebraska, can you discover huge robust guys? Can you discover pace?’ Simply in state you’re not going to seek out anybody quicker than Malachi (Coleman) and Jaylen (Lloyd). The pace is there. Bryce Turner is as quick a child as there may be within the nation. I like that a part of it. I like every participant for who they’re. The earlier employees did a very good job with the massive guys, the offensive lineman. I’m going to be numbers primarily based. I do know that monitor instances and triple jumps, and 40-yard dashes don’t imply you’re a good soccer participant, however once I’m unsure, these issues information you. They’re only a rock you possibly can form of lean on. After I see a child who’s a 47-foot triple jumper and likes soccer, I’m going to take an opportunity on him. I like a few of these issues that we’re ready to herald. I had loads of success over the yr bringing in guys who’re quick and discovering the fitting place. For us to extend our workforce pace, I’m not saying the earlier workforce was sluggish, however simply to herald that degree of pace, to me, is absolutely necessary. Then we introduced in some dimension and offensive lineman, you must develop them. It takes a while with them. They should get within the weight room. However I just like the group we introduced in.”
On the personnel match with gamers and coaches
“My aim is to rent coordinators who’re sensible sufficient to make the most of their greatest gamers. Each spring and each fall I make them rank the playmakers, make them rank the blokes on protection who can have an effect on the ball. Construct an offense and protection that may put these guys on the sector. What I favored about what Marcus (Satterfield) did on the finish of final yr at South Carolina, everybody was injured, and he was principally taking part in with 4 tight ends. A good finish possibly taking a pace sweep, lining up at wideout. He used who he had. I feel we’ll discover that there’s sufficient expertise to go on the market and play complementary soccer. Whenever you say complimentary soccer, to me it’s educating the sport. Like a lot of folks train X’s and O’s. They train their offense. They train their protection. Instructing the sport actually matter. Nice defenses reply an offensive rating with a cease. Unhealthy groups aren’t linked. The protection is yelling on the offense. The offense is yelling on the protection. Once we perceive subject place, once we perceive kicking. When there’s solely walk-ons on particular groups, it means the scholarship guys and the starters don’t perceive, ‘Hey I ought to have an effect on the sport’. Hassan Reddick was a first-round draft choose, and he was operating down on punts. Guys ought to need to have an effect on the sport. We would like them to know what the offense does even when they get two first downs and should punt the ball, and we now have a fantastic punt workforce they usually have a 42-yard web, that then lets our protection play higher soccer. That educating of the sport and that educating of the clock administration. There’s a time to play quick, there’s a time to play sluggish. We actually have to know the center eight, the final 4 minutes of the primary half and the primary 4 minutes of the second half. We need to train them the sport, so after they watch the sport, they’re not simply watching so-and-so made a play. It’s extra in regards to the little issues that occur to permit us to have huge moments. I hope whenever you watch us play, when a man has a future, he’s not pointing on the crowd, he’s pointing to his o-lineman. I hope you see when a man has a sack, I would like him to throw the bones, however then he higher flip round to the defensive backs who lined everyone. That’s complimentary soccer to me. It’s not ‘me, me, me’. I’m capable of do what I can do due to the blokes round me. We’ll try to try this. I do know you’re asking in regards to the roster, I simply don’t but. I really feel actually good in regards to the areas we’re heading, however it’s a protracted, sluggish course of.”
On studying everybody’s title 
“All of them have names on the again of t-shirts. That’s primary. I actually needed to say to the blokes, ‘Hey whenever you stroll up and say whats up, for the primary couple weeks, introduce your self once more. I’m assembly 120 new gamers. There’s considered one of me and 120 of you.’ I simply suppose being round guys, being round one another. We divided our workforce up into competitors groups the very first Sunday. Not offensive line, line of defense, however everyone attending to know everyone. We don’t need everybody to see one another when it comes to offense, protection, freshman, senior, walk-on, scholarship. They’re all folks. All folks have goals, all folks have fears. Simply get to know one another. I feel when you will have that form of holistic strategy, when you will have the identical requirements for everyone, one of the best gamers in our program don’t get one of the best perks. The fellows who work the toughest, if there may be any perks, they get them. Simply attempt to be round. The extra we’re across the guys, the extra we get to know one another. The fellows aren’t getting their meals within the cafeteria and leaving anymore. We sit down and eat. Coaches go in and sit down with the gamers. We’re going to construct one thing the place everyone knows one another.”
On who he leans on to assist construct the tradition
 “We simply provide you with some requirements. What have they got to do with profitable? Nothing. However every thing. In case you’re keen to sacrifice somewhat of your self for the workforce on daily basis, you will have the possibility to have a great workforce. I feel we rely on everybody to do this. There’re some guys on our roster, Corey (Campbell) within the weight room and his employees, they’re across the gamers far more than we’re. I inform them the tutorial space and the locker room are extensions of the load room. So go be current. Our recruiting guys do such a great job on constructing relationships, and when the man will get there, at loads of locations, they neglect about them. We proceed to need to be round these guys. We try to do one thing no less than as soon as every week that’s workforce constructing. A Madden event or no matter. Simply get them round one another. I’ve 14 former gamers of mine in some function inside the group. Whether or not it’s wait room, recruiting and that’s Western Carolina, Temple as an assistant, Temple as the pinnacle coach, Baylor after which a few Carolina Panthers. Having guys that may clarify what’s unsuitable with Coach Rhule and that is what he actually means, is absolutely important.”
On Arik Gilbert
“He’s as gifted a participant there may be. Like with all of our gamers, I would like him in 10 years to say his life is healthier for having performed for us at Nebraska. That’s all I care about with these guys. I’m simply attending to know him. I would like him to have elite success within the classroom. I would like him to go be concerned in the neighborhood. I would like him to have nice relationships and I would like him to go play properly in soccer. If Arik will get on the sector for us, soccer for him comes naturally, however we’re going to push him to be one of the best that he could be. I feel there may be loads of expertise there, however with loads of these guys there may be loads of expertise. We simply have harness it and assist them develop it. Get them on the sector, get them to belief us after which flip them unfastened.”
On Corey Campbell
“Corey’s been elite because the day I first met him at Baylor. He’s unbelievably demanding. Gamers typically really feel that your both for them or towards them. He can maintain you actually accountable they usually nonetheless know he’s fort them. However he additionally is absolutely educated. He understands all of the science of what he does within the weight room. I would like us to be a spot that’s on the chopping fringe of every thing sports activities science smart, participant growth smart, restoration smart. That’s what this GO BIG venture goes to permit us to do. However the folks should match the performance. Corey has that. He constructed a employees of men, we now have bodily therapist as a part of our weight room employees, so we now have one of many biggest presents we may give our gamers, well being. Now we have the fitting information base as a result of I don’t know something in regards to the weight room. I want folks which might be specialists, that I can belief, who even have my mindset about tradition, about growth and Corey has all of that. Corey can also be a former walk-on on my employees. There’s a bunch of us that needed to battle our approach for every thing.”

On his teaching stafff 
“I noticed what Ed (Foley) mentioned,  I attempt to take heed to the coaches’ press conferences. Generally we make enjoyable of them for one thing they mentioned. However Ed, nobody’s ever beloved a press convention greater than Ed, let me simply say that, okay? However Ed, he talked about household the opposite day, and about being at Adam’s wedding ceremony and the funeral of a former participant and former assistant that handed away for us. I really screenshotted that, and I despatched it out to the entire employees as a result of there’s so many people which were collectively for such a very long time. I noticed Philip, 14 years, or ten years in the past. I have not seen him in ten years, proper? However there are these connections. I additionally employed a defensive coordinator who I’ve by no means labored with. It isn’t like I am simply hiring folks I do know, like I would like everybody in our group on our employees to know that household is, for us, household is not blood. It is the selections we make on daily basis to guard every different and to push one another and to advocate for one another, and so it may be little issues. It may be Terrence Knighton’s eighth grade son Jahmir has his first basketball recreation and I present as much as cheer him on. As a result of I would like him to know, like thanks Jahmir for transferring throughout the nation. Just like the affect, that is an unbelievable alternative, however the sacrifice of our spouses and the sacrifices of our youngsters. My children simply moved three years in the past now they’ve to show round and transfer once more. Although they’re coming to an exquisite place, it is nonetheless exhausting on children, so when my coaches see my children they usually hug them like they’re their very own, I feel that has a fantastic affect on our gamers, however B, we turn out to be like household. And so, I actually imply it once I say that I would like our gamers to say that our lives are higher for having been there. However, I additionally need all our coaches who coach for me to say the identical issues. ‘ what, working for Coach Rhule, working for Matt, was a good time in my life, and my life is healthier for that, and that features their households, too’. We work actually exhausting, we’re actually sincere with one another, it is not straightforward.  It isn’t straightforward to work right here. The requirements are excessive. You guys have finished a very nice job making a giant deal of Ed going round. Ed’s doing what we have at all times finished. Like going to eight faculties across the state of Nebraska is the naked minimal. We’re not doing one thing particular, it is not like, oh look how exhausting they work, we’re simply doing our jobs. We’re exhibiting up and doing our jobs. Stopping at a highschool and them having a cup of espresso with the particular training college students are gifting away espresso and taking an image with them. That is referred to as being hardworking. The folks of Nebraska work approach more durable than us. That I do know. I have been to some small cities, I have been to the cities, I’ve seen folks. Folks on this state, you guys work exhausting. So, we’re not going to have fun ourselves for working exhausting. We’ll have fun ourselves for having a goal the place have been making an attempt to assist younger folks have higher lives. That is actually what’s necessary. The working exhausting is as a result of we need to win too.”
On carrying over household tradition to the Nebraska neighborhood
“Nebraska Athletics is simply getting across the scholar athletes. So, I am sitting within the lunchroom the opposite day, and Omar (Hales) is speaking to a few the younger girls on the ladies’s tennis workforce, and I am speaking to them, and a few soccer gamers are sitting with us, and I imagine her title’s Sam (Alicea), she’s a senior from Miami, she mentioned, ‘we’re taking part in at the moment at 4:00. You guys coming?’ Yep. So, we went and watched them. So, initially, I like faculty tennis. It is one of many nice issues. It is one of many nice sports activities to go watch as a result of there’s loads of motion occurring. I wager there have been 27 soccer gamers there. The coaches have been there, Trev (Alberts) was there, and we’re simply supporting. I imply it is approach simpler to play when you will have coaches screaming like ‘Let’s go!’ you play higher. we’re not going to take ourselves too severely, we’re not like celebrities. We’re coaches. We coach a recreation. And so, we’ll be there to help the opposite student-athletes. We’ll be there to help the scholars on campus. Anyway that we can assist in the neighborhood, we’ll do it. Not as a result of it is our job however as a result of it is what good folks do, and there is loads of good folks. Twitter does not acknowledge the those that do far more than we do.”
On the quarterback place
“I feel one of many issues I am making an attempt to show the workforce as a result of typically we are able to at all times be very final result primarily based, I need to go to a bowl recreation subsequent yr. Simply fear about at the moment, The opposite factor is I will fear in regards to the workforce and I will fear about these guys. If everyone simply will get one-percent higher on daily basis, one of the simplest ways to enhance the workforce is to enhance your self. In order that mannequin of hey simply enhance your self after which different folks will comply with you. So, if quarterbacks are going to have voluntary throwing on their very own, they usually present up 5 minutes early, they usually’re ready, then that can have an effect on everyone else. What we do not want is a bunch of men, we do not want each spotlight video with folks speaking, proper. We simply want folks doing. Christian McCaffrey mentioned one thing nice to me one time. He mentioned, “We simply have to play loud.” Like everybody needs to speak. Simply play loud. So, the quarterbacks to me, they’ll simply be severe about themselves, academically, athletically and in the neighborhood. They are often the identical folks when the coaches aren’t round as when the coaches are round. That sends an actual message to the workforce, after which after they know everyone’s title on the workforce, they usually know the individuals who work within the cafeteria’s names, after which they turn out to be somebody that folks need to comply with. So, I just like the group. Now we have a pair guys who will not have the ability to do spring due to their shoulders, you understand Logan and Casey will not have the ability to try this. There will likely be a time right here quickly once we begin engaged on soccer. They’re bought to be taught loads of X’s and O’s, loads of various things, however proper now, I simply need them engaged on themselves. Invariably, they’ve sufficient charisma that folks will comply with them.”
On Isaiah Garcia-Castaneda and Zavier Betts
“They did not go within the switch portal on me. That they had finished that earlier than, so I had no actual situation with that. I will take every thing on a case-by-case foundation. Jeff Nixon, who labored with me, who was a highschool teammate of mine, who labored with me, and his son performed on the workforce. He referred to as me about Zavier, I did not know who Zavier was. And so, I talked with him, I simply met with him. I like Zavier Betts, and I do not love Zavier Betts for who he’s on the soccer subject as a result of that is what’s unsuitable, I like who he’s as an individual. I like attending to know him. I admire he texted me comfortable birthday yesterday, which means one thing to me. I like who he’s as a man, I am rooting for him, I am anxious to see him get again on the soccer subject and do properly within the classroom. So, I am anxious not simply to provide him an opportunity however to be an advocate for him. My son’s 18. He is making an attempt to determine what he needs to do for the remainder of his life. I would like him to go locations the place there are folks, they do not entitle him, they do not allow him, however they advocate for him. So, we’ll try this for Zavier. After which Isaiah, he simply reached out. And I used to be like hey, let’s give him an opportunity. Give everyone an opportunity after which undergo the spring after which, individuals are going to see the requirements and the way we do issues they usually’ll both determine that they need to do it or not. They hadn’t gone within the portal on me, so it did not actually have an effect on me.”
On Billy Kemp IV
“He is caught a ton of balls, and he is been by two teaching staffs, so he is needed to be taught loads of offense. I am enthusiastic about him as a return man. He is a man who, his stature, folks will suppose he is an inside receiver, however you watch him within the ACC and he is taking part in exterior, he is taking part in inside, he is a man that may transfer the chains on third down. He is aggressive. He is a man who as I watched, to your level in regards to the quarterbacks, I watch him mentor different folks by doing the fitting factor himself and form of bringing some younger guys alongside, alongside the best way. We need to be dynamic on particular groups, we need to rating on particular groups. I am not saying we’ll, however we need to. He is a giant key to that as a result of having a veteran punt-returner, kick-returner, particularly within the circumstances right here will likely be actually necessary.”
On roster dimension
“I feel loads of issues in regards to the roster are going to be decided simply actually by way of Title IX and loads of the issues coming in when it comes to what we are able to do. That is in all probability nonetheless working with the athletic division on that. I need to be certain that we give children a possibility to play right here but in addition give each child the correct quantity of sources. We’re not going to have like a walk-on lifting session, or something. I used to be a stroll on, that is simply how I bought on the workforce. That does not imply as soon as they get right here there are non-scholarship gamers and scholarship gamers. Now we have to verify the roster is manageable sufficient to actually give everyone the tutorial, life abilities, soccer, coaching, restoration, sources that they deserve. However I do not know what that quantity will likely be but. I feel that is nonetheless exterior my purview.”

 On recruiting gamers who develop later
“Earlier than I employed Bob (Wager), he referred to as me about Ismael (Smith Flores). He mentioned ‘I’ve bought this child, he is solely performed one yr. His dad is within the Iowa Soccer Corridor of Fame. It is best to verify him out.’ After which, we bought to the top of the December interval, we hadn’t actually finished a lot with him. Then Bob got here and confirmed him to us, and we have been like holy smokes. He is visiting Iowa, he is visiting Rutgers. It appeared like along with his dad it is likely to be a tough one, however with Bob there, possibly. And so he was approaching a go to, we went all the way down to go watch him play basketball. We stopped by Bob’s home beforehand, his son was there, his spouse and daughter, they usually have been like, oh Jeremiah (Charles) nonetheless hasn’t signed wherever but. He had gotten a suggestion, and I feel Jeremiah triple-jumped like 47, had an unofficial 51. So these numbers at all times form of make me get up, and we form of walked within the fitness center and I appeared down and he appeared like he is in all probability about 6 foot, 6-1. After which the sport started, and my man simply began dunking on everybody. And I used to be like holy smokes. And I used to be like ‘Coop’, and Coop was like ‘I see it coach’, after which Coop walked out and was like watching his movie. It is one of many advantages of the primary yr. Recruiting you used to attend till everyone’s senior yr, you watched their senior tape and see who they have been as 17-year-olds, and also you projected who they have been going to be as 22. Now we’re watching like 14-year-olds typically. I do not know what you guys have been like at 14, however I wasn’t very coordinated. I feel the final couple years within the draft, the place was I going to? The place was I wanting? I used to be in search of guys at Northern Iowa, North Dakota State. I went to North Dakota State to see two first-rounders. And so, how do these guys find yourself there? Properly, typically guys develop somewhat bit later, they hit maturity somewhat later. I need to be a workforce to recruit the highest gamers within the nation, however I by no means need to not take a look at a man’s senior tape. As a result of guys are going to pop their senior yr. Generally they play one yr, and typically so, they’re preserving our third man who solely performed one yr of soccer. It is simply form of a cool story, however Bob actually had loads of affect on that, however these guys additionally got here right here and fell in love with the college and the alternatives they’ve on this campus.”