Role With It
Dave McMahon -- With Georgia losing this much, you have to be very disappointed... describe your emotions...
Ray Gant -- I am very frustrated. I have never been apart of something like this. We haven't given up yet. I have to keep motivated and get others motivated. It is easier when you are flying high. This is really testing our character.
DM -- Being a senior are you being more vocal now more than ever?
RG -- I am trying to be. Guys like Quentin Moses and Tony Taylor are vocal, but not that much, they are more about following their actions. I have to do more.
DM -- Why isn't this team finishing the drill like it used to?
RG -- Don't know. It hurts a lot what is happening. I just got to do my part. I don't point fingers. We win as a team and we lose as a team.
DM -- You still have two rivals left in Auburn and Georgia Tech, what else do you have to play for?
RG -- Pride. Some people might have given up on us and might not come back. I want to win. We are Georgia Bulldogs and until someone else wins it we are the SEC Champions.
DM -- Kenny Irons is having another great season... what makes him so special?
RG -- He runs north-south. He is not that big and he runs north-south. He has a big heart and squares his shoulders and runs over people.
DM -- Does it feel strange that your career at Georgia will end real soon?
RG -- It is real strange. I talked to Coach Richt earlier about that last week. I realize my time is ending the is why I have to keep going and do my best.
DM -- Do you remember your first practice when you were a freshman?
RG -- It was back in '02 and me and Dale Dixson went through freshman camp. It was so tough I thought I was going to die. My first game was in '03 vs Clemson. It was real hot, but it was great being out there.
DM -- How do you want Georgia fans to remember you as?
RG -- Someone that was reliable and did whatever had to be done. A team player.
DM -- Thank you for your time and answers.
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