Sidney Rice: "We've Got a Lot To Work On"
Question: How did it feel to get back in a groove tonight?
Answer: It felt real good.
Question: Were you surprised Wofford was able to keep the game close for so long?
Answer: I don't think we played a full four quarters.
Question: What do you have to do to get better next week?
Answer: We've just got to watch film. I'm sure we've got a whole lot of things to work on. After we watch film, we'll go from there.
Question: What do you think about Syvelle's play tonight?
Answer: I think he did a tremendous job with the help of the blocking up front and the running backs. He's a great athlete.
Question: What were you thinking on that last play?
Answer: I was hoping the defense would make a play. I was trying to get the team into it and the crowd into it. They did a real good job, they held them on the last play.
Question: What did you think about Wofford?
Answer: I think they did a real good job. They are a disciplined team, and well–coached. They came in and did a real good job against us.
Question: Would you have believed the game would be this close?
Answer: Yes sir, I would have. Nobody is going to come out here and lay down for us.
Question: Do you think you did enough offensively to beat an SEC team?
Answer: Me personally, I don't think I had a good game. I think our line stepped up and did a real good job tonight. Like I said before, we've got a lot of things to work on.
Question: How is the offense different with Syvelle in the huddle?
Answer: It's not really different, it's the same thing.
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