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[2020] UAB Offseason Press Conference

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UAB Head Coach Wonderbread alongside starting freshman quarterback Elijah Currie-Madison are present for the 2019-2020 off season press conference. They are here to discuss goals of the upcoming season, the players, and the current state of UAB Football. The 2020 season schedule is as follows:

 

Week 1 UAB@Missouri

BYE

Week 3 California@UAB

Week 4 Louisville@UAB

Week 5 UAB@UTEP

Week 6 UAB@North Texas

BYE

Week 8 UAB@Marshall

Week 9 Rice@UAB

BYE 

Week 11Alabama@UAB

Week 12 Middle Tennessee@UAB

BYE

Week 14 UAB@Louisiana Tech

Week 15 UTSA@UAB

Week 16 Southern Miss@UAB

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1 minute ago, ImposterCauster said:

D. C. Ver, Birmingham Sports

 

With another rough OOC slate coming up, what are your realistic expectations for your growing team?

 

Coach W:

 

If there is one thing I like to instill in my players it is that the real world out there is not easy. Life doesn't give you things, you have to earn them. The same can be said for football. To overcome challenges is to overcome yourself. Nothing is more important to me than my players. At the end of the day, whether they proceed to become NFL players or enter the real world as successful individuals they have to understand that they are capable of anything. When we play these tough teams we are always setting the bar for ourselves. It isn't about the end of the journey, it is the journey itself. 

 

As a program we are constantly evolving and getting better and that can only happen by testing ourselves nonstop against tough opponents whether they are in conference or out of conference. Also a side note, I'd like to start a rivalry against Alabama. I'd like nothing more to be the best team in the state of Alabama. 

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Willey Joe Bob, Uncle Joe's Football Blog

 

Elijah Currie-Madison , Do you feel you are prepared to take over the starting job at this position? The Game is faster, harder and more complex at this level. How do you feel all this?

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9 minutes ago, Weeze56m said:

Willey Joe Bob, Uncle Joe's Football Blog

 

Elijah Currie-Madison , Do you feel you are prepared to take over the starting job at this position? The Game is faster, harder and more complex at this level. How do you feel all this?

 

ECM: 

 

I'm as prepared as I'll ever be. However with that being said, I'll never be perfect. There is always room for improvement and that is at any level of play.

 

I know Coach W has me here for the interview but I just want to put it out there that I am not here to be the best player on the team. My goal is to make everyone around me better, this is a team sport. Myself, Coach W, and the rest of the coaching staff know that it will be a tough ride compared to high school but I'll pour every ounce I have into this program. I look forward to the challenge and I look forward to this program helping me become a better quarterback, a better student, and ultimately a better person. 

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