Jasper Brinkley: Vandy Post Game
Question: Can you talk about the way the defense finished the game today, as opposed to the Kentucky game?
Answer: Coach put a huge emphasis on finishing the fourth quarter, and we worked on it all week just practicing. We finally got a game situation that we did what we had worked on.
Question: It seems like this team and this defense just doesn't give up. Does that stem from lessons learned in the past?
Answer: The reason for that is we work on keeping each other motivated. That's what we try to do. Every play, we just try to pick each other up.
Question: Is there any less pressure for the remainder of the season knowing that all you have to do is beat Middle Tennessee State to become bowl eligible?
Answer: No, it really doesn't. We don't just want to beat them, we want to win out. We want to win out the rest of our schedule.
Question: What's the next goal that you want to see this team accomplish?
Answer: We want to beat Tennessee. That's our next goal. We're going to take every game one game at a time.
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