Friday Night Interview: Ricky Sapp
Ricky Sapp Interview with CUTigers.com (2:45)
How did you feel about the game tonight?
Ricky Sapp: I feel good. Even though the other team kind of slacked up a little bit, we still came out and played hard. We got the young kids in there so I felt pretty good about this game.
How firm are you with your commitment to Clemson right now?
Ricky Sapp: I am completely firm with Clemson, completely firm.
Are you going to take any other official visits?
Ricky Sapp: Just Clemson right now. Just Clemson all the way right now.
What are your goals for the rest of the season?
Ricky Sapp: Our main goal is to go to the championship. My individual goal is to get better every game. Right now my main goal is to go to the championship.
Tell us about your kickoff return last game for a touchdown?
Ricky Sapp: Ah, 85 yards. Well I'm surprised it came to me because it hasn't come to me all year. I caught it and I took it to the house.
What are you looking forward to the most about getting up to Clemson next year?
Ricky Sapp: Playing in front of that big crowd in Death Valley. Coming down that hill especially.
Do you have plans to get your mom up there for a game?
Ricky Sapp: Yeah, she will be coming up for the Florida State game.
Tell us about your talented teammate on the defensive line (DeQuan Bower)?
Ricky Sapp: He's a good kid. He's popular. He's real good in school, good grades. He's good out here. He's a good athlete. He's a good awesome leader too so he's a real good kid and he's going to be big time.
When you get up to Clemson will you be trying to sway him to come up there?
Ricky Sapp: I'm already starting that early.
Is there anything you want to tell the fans out there?
Ricky Sapp: I love Death Valley, I'm ready to play.
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