Louisiana Player Quotes

Running Back Tyrell Fenroy

On Louisiana’s offense...

“Our offense keeps defenses on their toes, and not knowing who is going to get the ball.”

 

On losing in a close game...

“It is frustrating. We keep playing these big schools and coming so close. We expect to come out with a victory, and everybody expects us to lose by 30 or 40 points. We go hard, but (we’re just not winning). It just comes down to little things, and I think penalties killed us the most tonight.”

 

Defensive Tackle Lanier Coleman

On Louisiana’s half-time adjustments...

“At the half we said we needed to come out and set the tone as a defense. In the entire first half, we didn’t play our style of ball. It was a personal goal for myself to come out and set the tone for the second half.”

 

On losing a close game...

“For us a loss is a loss, and it all hurts. We feel like we didn’t play four quarters of football. We only came out and played two quarters of football, and for us that can’t happen. We need to come out and give a 100 percent effort for all four quarters. We didn’t feel like we did that this time.”

 

On turning the loss into a positive...

“Just like a win this (loss) has to be (out of our minds in 24 hours). Once we get back to Louisiana, we are looking forward to the next game. It hurts right now. There were a lot of sad faces in that locker room. It’s supposed to hurt. When we get back home, we have a game next week, so we will be (looking forward to that).”

 

On K-State’s offense...

“(Freeman) has a great arm. They are a great passing offense. We had it scouted out pretty well. (K-State) didn’t do anything that we didn’t see in practice. We just weren’t doing our jobs in the first quarter. They have a great offense, but we just weren’t doing our job.”