Postgame Quotes: UMass 23, UNH 17
Oct. 17, 2009
Head Coach Kevin Morris' Opening Statement:
We focused all week on getting our overall level of play back where it should be. We had a good week of practice and just wanted to come out with a lot of intensity and play physical football. I think the guys did a great job of that tonight.
I thought there were opportunities we could have capitalized on, but when push came to shove, we did more pushing and won the game.
Kumar Davis on his interception on the game's final play:
Michael Hanson regarding the win:
Jonathan Hernandez on winning the Bill Knight MVP award of the game:
Morris on the team win:
Head Coach Sean McDonnell Opening statement:
"Just what you expect out of a UMass - UNH football game. Hard part physical football game. They did a great job of sticking to what they do we got ahead there in the second half, had a couple of chances to move the ball made some plays and their offense stayed to it...I'm really impressed with Hernandez, I saw him running in an earlier game against Stony Brook he's a good football player, great runner, and in the end the defense got at us a little bit we didn't run the ball really well, I was disappointed in that...we competed very, very hard out there. UMass is a good football team, they bounced back from a tough loss at Delaware and played very, very well. Heck of a game."
McDonnell on previous games played at McGuirk Stadium:
"Bygones be bygones; every time we come down to this place it's tough, you don't have a whole lot of wins here when we come down here I think we got 6 or 7 wins like that...last time we won here was in 2005 but I wasn't thinking about that, I was thinking about how we can get better and win more football games."
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