When Marla arrived, one of the first people she saw was the Principal of Northwest Linda Kilpatrick. She was also Marla's basketball coach in high school. Marla was surrounded by her family, security, her publicist from New York, and of course the Donald. After a few introductions, they moved on to greet all the members of the press who were waiting with microphones in hand. Are you two back together? We are. Right now, aren't we on? Well, we were just sort of trying to keep that quiet for a bit. We're here for a football game. We're great friends and we're here, because we want to see a good football game, right? Yes and the best people are here at home and I don't get home enough. Everyone here is so good for me and good to me during a really tough time and I just sort of want to say thank you to everyone at home for really sticking by me and being loyal. It means a lot. Are you ready for an engagement ring? Oh, I don't know. I thought it was a little too flashy for that, didn't you? I think so. She wasn't wearing the ring, instead, the Northwest corsage and with just a few minutes left before kickoff. Marla made time to stop and talk with us. I was talking to Kilpatrick earlier and she said she always knew that you were going somewhere, because you were just way too poised, and she was always afraid something was going to happen to you when you play basketball. Anyway, I remember seeing you on the basketball court and who would have ever thought at that time that all this would be happening. You've been getting so much national attention. How does it strike you? Does it still surprise you? I love to look back on the days when I was out here on the basketball court and head coach Kilpatrick better saying, "One more [Inaudible] and you were the cheerleader Do you ever try to look ahead now Marla? In five years from now what's going to be happening with Marla? I'm just surviving the days right now. I'm just really just trying to -- I am a firm believer in just dealing with the moment, and doing the best that you can with each day rather than looking so far ahead in the future, because you never know how much time you have left, so you make the most of today I think. Everybody wants to know, what is the situation with you and Donald? Well, he's just very supportive and a very, very close friend of mine and we're just not really making any big steps right now, we're just enjoying each other's company when we can and just enjoying a little time to be sure of a big decision. And the ring? The ring? Who has that ring? Mom, Mom do you have the ring? What ring? What ring was that? I think my mother ran away with it. [Inaudible] get to come home and visit more often. Yes. Well, what my mother just tends to be able to jump on an airplane so quick and my father and everything's as long as I can get to connect with them, that's important. I need to go. Do you ever miss being in the [Inaudible]. I miss being out here in the country, that's for sure. Do you ever get tired of all the hype and the media? Is it hard for a relationship? It's very hard for a relationship and it's just unbelievable. I don't know why, I don't know to what extent, but she's a great lady and it's a fantastic tribute to her. I'm really impressed and then I came here it's just a fantastic tribute to Marla. What would you like to see happen? With respect to what? With respect to the relationship or the future. I don't know. I just think -- I'm just really happy tonight. This is something she told me about, she's told me about it for a long time and I look at that the turn out it's fantastic. Out at the field, the stands were packed for the homecoming game. People wanting to see who the new homecoming queen would be and get a glimpse of the one from 10 years ago.