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Topic - Rick Christophel
Austin Peay coach Rick Christophel could never imagine playing against Wisconsin in Camp Randall Stadium when he was the first of three brothers to quarterback the Tennessee college back in the early 1970s.
"I'm going to try to tell them to not look down at the other end of the field because that's discouraging," Christophel said. "We've got to go up there and play physical. If we don't, then we're going to get just beat to earth."
"It's one of those things for this program that's unbelievable _ for this conference _ and we have to play games like this at this level," Christophel said. "If we can just play our assignments and do the things that we're supposed to do, then hopefully we can be competitive enough to stay on the field for a little while."