Bowers Anxious to Get Started

Bowers Anxious to Get Started


Bowers Anxious to Get Started


Junior DaQuan Bowers says he is back to where he needs to be with the season opener just a few days away.

“I think I am back to where I need to be for the opening game of the season.  I missed about 15 days due to my father’s death.  It took me about a week to get back to where I need to be,” said Bowers.

North Texas brings a very talented running back to the Valley, Lance Dunbar.  DaQuan knows he will have the chance to make a lot of tackles.

“I can make a lot of tackles, but I can also get in trouble.  I have to play hungry and do my job,” said Bowers.

In the second year of coach Steele’s defense Bowers says he feels a lot more comfortable.

“A whole lot more comfortable than last year,” said Bowers.

After a hard offseason, DaQuan is ready to get the 2010 season underway.

“I am very anxious to get the season started.  It has been a long winter and a long summer.  I am looking forward to hitting someone other than my teammates,” said Bowers.

Monday Corico Hawkins challenged the defense to be the No. 1 rushing defense in the nation.  DaQuan liked that, but expects more from his defense.

“I told him we not only want to be the No. 1 rushing defense, but we need to be the No. 1 defense period.  Anything less is selling ourselves short.  We have that kind of talent,” said Bowers.



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