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Miami Player Postgame Quotes

Nov. 10, 2012

Virginia vs. Miami
Nov. 10, 2012
Miami Player Quotes

Wide Receiver Allen Hurns

On the game:
“It was frustrating, I thought we had control and I thought we were going to win the game. It was tough. It was very difficult to watch them take the ball down the field.  There was nothing I could do. I was depending on my defense to put a stop to it, but obviously we didn’t get it. The offense had a job today as well but we didn’t execute.”

On the last two drives:
“It was so frustrating, but then again we created a pretty good situation when we were up. Everyone executed what they needed to do.”

Defensive Back Brandon McGee:

On having teammates out because of suspensions:
“Those boys are young and they will learn from it. That’s what Coach Golden does. He just doesn’t wash his hands of any individual. He won’t give up on them. Eddie Johnson is like a brother to me, all of these guys are.”

Defensive Back Ladarius Gunter

On coming to Virginia:
“It was a tough loss, but we came and we fought until the very end. We were just dealt a losers hand this time.”

On third downs:
“The first half we didn’t do well. But second half we just turned it on and came on out and put it on them. We came down and got a couple of third down stops so that really helped a lot.  They were calling the right plays and at the end it just slipped away from us.”

Wide Receiver Phillip Dorsett:

On the game:
“We went in with the mentality that Virginia was going to score a lot. We knew that was going to happen. It was really going back and forth. I knew we were going to have to score a lot of points to win this game and that is what our game plan was from the beginning.”


 

 

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