Nov. 9, 2012
By Mike Chaput
Why did you choose Arizona?
Cayman Bundage: "A good environment. Coach Rodriguez is turning the program around and it's a good place to be right now playing football."
Keoni Bush-Loo: "I was looking at a lot schools. It came down to the coaching staff and how I felt around the program. I felt at home here. I wanted to come to a place where I really felt at home."
What was your first thought when you stepped foot on campus?
Cayman Bundage: "We're getting new football facilities next year so we’re excited about that."
Keoni Bush-Loo: "It's pretty nice and it has what everyone looks for in a college campus. Big buildings, lots of people."
How do you like running a no-huddle offense?
Cayman Bundage: "I like it. It works to our advantage. If we run it right, it makes it hard on our opponents. It's a different style of football for me but I’m adjusting well."
What has surprised you the most so far?
Cayman Bundage: "The overall dedication from every player. Throughout the whole season, the constant dedication to getting better every day."
Keoni Bush-Loo: "The practice. The practices are at a really fast pace. We have to push it every day and bring a hard edge."
What is your favorite Arizona tradition?
Keoni Bush-Loo: "The Haka. I lead in the front, so that's my favorite."
How has your move from tight end to linebacker been?
Keoni Bush-Loo: "I was playing tight end, then there were a couple guys who went down during fall camp and they needed some numbers. Coach Rodriguez said he liked what he saw in me so he brought me over to defense. I'm just trying to do my job and make that transition to defense."
What got you into football when you were younger?
Cayman Bundage: "My Dad. I started playing at an early and he showed me how to play."
Keoni Bush-Loo: "It was a family tradition. Everyone played football in my family and I wanted to try it."