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What they’re saying: About Georgia

COMPILED BY BRANDON CHATMON, Staff Writer, bchatmon@opubco.com Modified: August 9, 2009 at 9:25 am •  Published: August 9, 2009
"(The coaches) don’t bother us too much about Georgia. They just want us to go out and be us. We’re going to go out with a high intensity level. That’s what we do every practice, and that’s what we’re going to do the first game. And with everyone on our schedule.” — junior receiver Dez Bryant

"There was a lot of emphasis on that game two years ago. There’s a lesson to be learned from that. It’s a game, but it’s a first game. Every game is big when you’re trying to win them all. We understand, we’ve been in big games and our kids understand better than they did two years ago.” — OSU co-offensive coordinator Gunter Brewer

"We need to just be ready and go out there and play.” — junior running back Kendall Hunter

"It’s going to be wonderful. If we beat Georgia here, this whole town, this whole stadium will be rocking.” — redshirt sophomore defensive end Richetti Jones

"We just have to relax and play our game. Georgia is just another team, they’re a big team, they play in the SEC. So we know they’re going to bring it, so we’re going to bring it.” — sophomore safety Victor Johnson

"We are going to approach it like every other game.


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