Backs Related Quotes



“I don't think any dialogue taking place behind the Iraqis' and Arabs' backs can be fruitful.”

Amr Mussa


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“I think aside from the quarterbacks and the running backs, we've got the hardest job, ... just because we have to know everything in the passing game and we have to know all the line calls as far as pass protection, running the ball and things like that. So we have to know basically the entire offense inside out.”

Chris Baker


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“We're still in the picture. Our backs are to the wall, but if we go out and take care of business, we've got a shot at the playoffs.”

Ronnie Elmore


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“We were slapping each other's backs so hard we were red raw.”

Ricky Gervais


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“I'll be very happy when we have him back. But next week we need all of our running backs to step it up.”

Chuck Wagner


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“Both Dan and Landon did a good job. So did our tight ends and wing backs. It's hard on opposing teams because they are not sure who they are going to see carrying the ball.”

Scott Savoie


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“The line and the backs have done a great job of adjusting to the fronts they're seeing. A week ago, it was more safeties and linebackers at the line of scrimmage. This week, it was four linemen covering our guards and our center and a 'backer on the edge that made it a little bit tougher.”

Greg Knapp


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“The judge has remanded the permit back to the TCEQ and asked them to provide further documentation that backs up their decision when they granted the water pollution abatement permit to KBDJ.”

Kirstin Voinis


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“We're not worried about it. We know we've got our backs to the wall, but we have to do the best we can and see where that gets us.”

Martin Zeno


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“We have a target on our backs now. The way we looked at (defending national champion) LSU last year — we went out to prove to them we were good enough to beat them — now, game one against Georgia Tech, they're going to look at us with a target on our backs. Coaches will have their teams hyped to beat us. We have to work harder than they do to be prepared.”

Carnell Williams


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