Senior wide receiver Randy Vulakovich
Oct. 4, 2003
Duquesne Head Coach Greg Gattuso:
"We were real ineffective in the red zone. We fumbled the opening kickoff (which led to Siena's first TD) then drove the length of the field and missed a field goal. When you do that it tightens up the game. We just weren't sharp, but we had 647 yards and didn't punt the ball once. Defensively we played very well. You have to give Siena credit. Things didn't come easy.
"Every football team is different. This team has to develop a killer instinct."
Receiver Randy Vulakovich who set career highs for catches (11) and yards (136):
"Getting the career highs was nice, but its better that we won. It always takes us a little while to get going. Today it took a lot longer. It was really frustrating to move the ball up and down the field but not score. We were putting a lot of pressure on our defense."