DABO SWINNEY: (5:04)
"Great ball game I'm sure to watch. I want to congratulate Georgia Tech. Coach Johnson and his staff and their players did a super job making the plays they needed to make to win the game. Have to give them all the credit. It's a painful experience. Locker room is hurting. Somewhere along the line we'll grow from this painful experience. I believe there is a lot to learn from the good and the bad. Obviously this is very disappointing but if you use it the right way when you hit the offseason and get going ... we have a lot of juniors and sophomores and freshmen on this team ... we can grow. I was proud of our guys. There were 10 teams home watching. Unfortunately they made one more play than they did. I didn't see anybody quit one play.
Third time in a row we got a holding call in the final drive against Georgia Tech. Disappointed. Congratulations to Georgia Tech. Want to congratulate C.J. He left everything he had on the field. We lost the game and he was still named MVP.
AUDIO: Dabo Swinney, C.J. Spiller
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