Jeremy Epstein transferred to Bullis last year from the Landon School. In the week of the Bullis Landon football game we sat down with Jeremy for an exclusive interview
A: We’ve been working hard everyday in practice and have been focusing on the little things like Coach Cilento has told us all year.
Q: What would it mean to you to beat your former school?
A: I still have a bad taste in my mouth, and I want to beat Landon more than anything, but it isn’t about me this Saturday it’s about the team getting the win and getting one step closer to our goal, the IAC Championship.
Q: Do you consider this the most important game in your football career?
A: This game means a lot to me and to go back to Landon and be able to get a win and get one step closer to the IAC Championship would be something that I remember for the rest of my life.
Q: What are some words you would use to describe your feelings about the game?
A: Emotional, Anger, Excitement.
Q: You have beaten Landon once during your time at Bullis in baseball. Can you describe how you felt?
A: It felt like I had overcome some of the challenges I faced at Landon. I had a feeling of validation when I left the campus and knew that we had crushed them.
Q: What do you think some keys to the game this Saturday are?
A: Landon’s defensive line gets underrated so we need to prepare to play against a good D-line. They also have a young quarterback that can run, but I think the key for us will be the ability to sustain drives on offense and score as often and fast as possible.
Q: Is there anything else you would like to say to the fans, your team, or the Bullis Community?
A: To the team, lets get this win and then the championship. To the Bullis community and fans please come out and watch the game. Let’s go ruin Landon’s Saturday. Go Dogs!!
Photo Credits: Moriah Ratner