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Dom: Alright, 16th fall camp, does this feel any different than the other 15?

Tyler: You know, not really. The thing you appreciate about our guys is just the mindset they bring. There's a want to, there's a work ethic, there's a level of accountability and discipline that's necessary for us to continue to be successful.

Dom: On offense, you've got to replace two NFL draft picks that are gone. How challenging is it to do that?

Tyler: Every year you're going to lose great players, everyone is just waiting for their opportunity. It’s always been a next man up mentality here. We've got a bunch of young guys who have just been waiting in the wings, but now they're getting their time.

Dom: How much do you see Hunter Luepke in what you used to do?

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Tyler: He's an extremely low ego, he will do anything. Hunter, you're probably going to run the ball 22 times. Next week: Hunter, you may only carry the ball two times.

Cullen Holt is a sports anchor and reporter for WDAY News, while handling play-by-play duties for high school and select college sports.
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