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Topic - Paul Quessenberry
There's nothing atypical about Navy defensive end Paul Quessenberry's preparation this week. He's scouring tape of San Jose State's offensive linemen, trying to find a tendency or weakness to exploit when the teams meet Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium.
"I imagine my whole family is going to be cheering for both of us," Paul Quessenberry said. "If I make a play, they'll be happy for me. If my brother's playing good, they'll be happy for him as well."
Paul said he and David have spoken as they normally do this week and figure to seek each other out immediately afterward.