"When we took the job, you had to travel farther to find people that didn't have preconceived, negative connotations of what Towson football was. We did that, but we also found local kids that believed in our dreams. Heck, now everybody wants to be a part of this. Kids don't want to go out of state. Kids don't want to go to Maryland. They want to come to Towson, and now it's been turning guys away and being much more selective. It's a great thing for the school, and it's a great thing for the city. I don't want to sound trite, but it's a hell of a time to be a Tiger."