"We just made too many costly errors tonight. We turned it over four
times, had costly penalties, and allowed too many big plays. It's not
complicated, they out executed us in all phases.
"We did not quit. I'm proud of their effort. If we scored after Hall's
interception, we would have been seven points down with 10 minutes to
play. We have no excuses, they just whipped us.
"We have to learn from this and get recharged during the open date. We
will play for the divisional championship against Wake Forest."
Swinney reviews first loss
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