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Topic - Ryan Winterswyk
Under-appreciated or overrated. Slighted or skating by. Put 'em in or keep 'em out.
Boise State's month of big games, even bigger expectations and media frenzy is over.
Ryan Winterswyk understands why Boise State's offense gets all the attention.
As he stood before his team ready to address goals and expectations in preparation for Boise State's season, Chris Petersen grabbed the attention of his players and changed the message he recited for years.
"I like being under the radar," said defensive end Ryan Winterswyk. "If they forget about us and don't talk about us as much, that's OK with me. It's just down to playing football now."
"I think we're pretty good," said Winterswyk, the Broncos' star defensive end. "I'm not usually one to brag, but I think our defense has the right mentality right now that we're doing things right and if we keep that mentality we can be a pretty good defense."