What have you heard about the environment out at Texas A&M? What are you expecting from them Saturday night?
Miller: We know that they have a great environment to play football in, but we have a great environment to play in also. We've just got to go out there and play football and execute.
Is it easier to bounce back from a game like Saturday going on the road and playing in a hostile environment like Texas A&M?
Miller: I mean, I think it's always easy to bounce back when you've got a long season ahead of you. It's not about going out to College Station, it's about going out and playing another game actually. It's about learning from your mistakes and getting better as a team.
On the jump ball at the end of the game Saturday, is that a play that you feel like you should have gotten help on?
Miller: Well, if they want me to go out there and cover them, then I take confidence in myself to go out there and make the play. I don't think I really need any help. I think Tye feels the same way you know. We're out there on an island, we're corners. We're supposed to do that. That's our job.
How was the mood at practice yesterday after Saturday's loss?
Miller: We went out there and were focused on our job this weekend. One loss doesn't make a season. We've still got a long season ahead of us you know. I don't think that one loss is going to bother this team too much. You win some and you lose some. You just have to learn from your mistakes and move on.
Have you figured out in your own minds what happened on Saturday against Georgia Tech?
Miller: I mean, I think we went out and kind of beat ourselves. We self-destructed. We had a lot of opportunities throughout the game to make things happen. We didn't capitalize and take advantage of that. Those kinds of things happen sometime.
You had a couple of chances for interceptions Saturday, are you kicking yourself because of those looking back?
Miller: Yeah, I did Saturday after the game was over. We've got a long ways to go, a lot of games left to play this season, and I know I'll get a couple of them.
Is it possible that the team can use something like this to sort of snap out of an early season funk?
Miller: I think it's going to help the team out. We need to get out there and learn from what happened, learn from our mistakes and not let the carry over to the rest of the games this season. We've still got a lot of games left to play. It's just one game. We just need to play as a team and getter better week to week.
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