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  • "I don't really listen to the outside stuff," said Crist, who has perhaps shouldered an unfair burden since his arrival in Lawrence. "The pressure I was feeling is what I was putting on myself. I've always been internally motivated. I just have to go out and let it loose."

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  • "I think the football culture has changed from what it was," Crist said Tuesday. "We're sitting here 1-1. It's not the end of the season. We're incredibly upset that we didn't get that last game, but we've moved on. We're on the next one."

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