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Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - J.K. Schaffer
Linebacker J.K. Schaffer remembers the empty seats at Nippert Stadium when he was growing up in town. He remembers the way the University of Cincinnati was mostly an afterthought.
There won't be any senior moments when two-time Big East champion Cincinnati sends it defense out for the first time this weekend.
"When I was in high school," Schaffer said, "the program was nowhere until my junior and senior year."
"We got to actually work on the fine details in spring ball and now instead of heading into camp and installing a new defense," Schaffer said. "I think our defense has grown exponentially."