Bootleg Audio: Big Game Post-Game

We are not yet done with our survey of Saturday's damage and disappointment in the 108th Big Game. Jon Alston describes defensively what slid in the second half, and the senior sounds off on the hurt of another Big Game defeat. Trent Edwards and T.C. Ostrander both talk of their personal disappointment to not play well enough for a win for the seniors, while also lamenting the job done on the offensive line.

Most of our game analysis and post-game locker room video coverage has brought you the offensive side of the story.  We lead these locker room audio clips with the panged voice of Alston, a fifth-year senior and leader both physically and emotionally for the defense.  He talks about what plays finally swung the game away from 6-3 to 27-3 in the final quarter and a half on Saturday, while Alston also describes quite honestly how much this loss hurts.

More talk on offense comes from the pair of Cardinal quarterbacks, neither of whom are satisfied with their performances or the job done up front on the offensive line.  Harris finishes by talking about what is required to play with #6-ranked Notre Dame.

Jon Alston Scout Profile

Jon Alston post-game audio -

Trent Edwards Scout Profile

Trent Edwards post-game audio -

T.C. Ostrander Scout Profile

T.C. Ostrander post-game audio -

Walt Harris Scout Profile

Walt Harris post-game audio -


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Jon Alston post-game
Trent Edwards post-game
T.C. Ostrander post-game
Walt Harris post-game


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