A lot of players rolling through Knoxville at another high school camp. Always love getting back on the grass!
(When asked about playing at Auburn and LSU while at Louisiana Tech):
"It was [a source of pride], but the losses still hurt. I'll tell you what, the biggest thing that made me feel better was the first year we didn't compete. And I was really upset at rolling over," Dooley said, his voice rising with the recall of the memories. "We went to Tiger Stadium our first year, and I told the team and I'll never forget after in the locker room, I heard some coaches saying, 'Keep your head up. You fought hard.' And I said, 'Bull[FULMERIZED]. Put your head down.' Because I was embarrassed. Not of the score, but just how we competed.
"Excuse my language, but I told them, 'Next time we come here, I'm going to have a box of Sharpies and I'm going to have some pictures so that you can go get their autographs.' Because that's how we played. And so I was very proud of over the course of two seasons how we began competing in those games. And we won."
"I think it's still too early to talk about scheme," Dooley said. "But we're going to base out of a (four-down front)."