With the thought of flying fried potatoes on her mind, Witt described some of the problems she's had with the freshmen this year.
"Well, besides attitude problems from some of the girls I've dealt with over the summer, there haven't been any bad things happen. You simply just ignore the fact they think they are cooler than you even though everyone else is most likely laughing [at them] on the inside."
Witt reflected on how her freshmen year was different than what she's experienced with these freshmen.
"My freshmen year obviously had some drama," she said. "People changed, got mature. Some got hooked on drugs, and this and that. I couldn't change it, so I let it be.
"Surprisingly, I've seen that this year's freshmen actually click together very well [as a whole]. You don't see too many cliques. This may be why they think they are better than the upperclassmen since they are all friends."
Finally, Witt discussed how she'd want to change upcoming freshmen to keep them from having the air-headed, immature attitudes she dealt with in some of her squad members this year.
"I don't think we can change the future generations. Things in peoples' lives impact how they behave, and they aren't going to change just because everyone else wants them to.
"There isn't any fairness in it. Everyone is different."