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Topic - Eric Page
Chances are, just about everyone watching Wednesday's Military Bowl will have their eyes on Toledo wide receiver Eric Page. That includes the players on the field with him, too.
Boise State is well aware of how close Toledo came to knocking off Ohio State last week, just about eliminating any chance that the No. 4 Broncos will be looking past the Rockets on Friday night.
"In the National Football League and around college football, there's a lot more small receivers becoming better known about," Page said. "I think you have to be smart and be able to think on your feet."
"To me, it's not that big of a deal," Page said. "I don't think about it as a responsibility. I just think about it as what I have to do for the team. That's what I try to do."