Coach, the illness of Coach Bollman and Coach Daniels, how has that affected your preparation throughout the year?
COACH TRESSEL: Well, it has been an amazing thing to watch those guys who went through some personal medical adversities to see the way that they’ve worked so hard to make sure that they take care of themselves, number one, and take care of their responsibilities, number two. It has been inspiring watching them. They have been tremendously efficient, focused, and they haven’t missed a beat. Q. Coach, can you talk about your eighth national championship game for playing at Youngstown and your second here? Not a lot of coaches have been in that position. COACH TRESSEL: Well, the only one that’s important is the one this week. We have been very fortunate. We have said many times the great players we’ve had and the great coaching staffs have been fortunate to have them working with us. I guess you don’t ever stop and reflect on a whole picture when you are in the middle of painting a picture. We are just excited to be here and it is truly an honor. We talk all the time about the fact that