> SOUTHERN INDIANA — Q: Kind of going off of that, one of the other guys, Dusty Kiel, he played for Columbus East and you guys played against each other in high school, right? Does that kind of intensify the competition for you at all or do you feel like, did Columbus East beat you guys when you were at Jeff?
A: Yeah, I mean they beat us, but I mean we're teammates now, so it's really not no. I mean, he's a good friend of mine. We hang out, we see each other and talk to each other every day for real, so, I mean it's, I'm really not worried about what happened in high school, because I mean that was over with. They beat us up pretty bad his years of high school but I'm having fun right now.
Q: You said you were pretty good friends with Ben Chappell last year. Did you learn anything from him or did he give you any advice or anything that kind of stuck with you that you're going to try to implement this season?
A: Yeah, his main advice was just stay in the film room. That's what I've learned from him. He was a film freak. He was always in the film room, so that's what I've been trying to do and that's what helps me. If you know the offense well and know the defensive coverages and everything's real in place for you to succeed, so that's what I've learned from him. And he did pretty good when he was here. He had great numbers last year. Now he's working out with us still right now and getting ready to prepare to go to the NFL. I'm actually going to work out with him in like 45 minutes.