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Turner: I'm Embarrassed

Here is the interview with Chris Turner:

"I could have played better, that’s for sure. I’m not happy with the way I played. It won’t happen again.

(on final interception)
He was just one on one with Darrius Heyward-Bey. I liked my matchup. The corner bailed.

(focus)
For whatever reason, things were not clicking for us as they normally do. Offensively, we weren’t moving the ball as well as we should have. It was hard to get into a tempo. Having a lot of three and outs didn’t help, but the fact they had the ball a lot, they made it tough to get into a rhythm.

I’m embarrassed. Absolutely.

I appreciate when they throw a little changeup and go with Josh a little. He played well tonight.

I didn’t see this coming. I don’t think anyone did. This is a game we should have won, and we’re going to look back and in a few weeks and we will regret it.

I don’t think it will be difficult [to rebound]. We had a similar thing last season, a couple tough losses and we rebounded. We have to take some of those lessons from last year and use them. It’s not going to be easy. Beating Cal would put us back on track.

(second interception)
Darrius fell. I might have been able to pull up, but I saw him in the back and threw the ball. It was a tough break.

(Ralph’s message)
He said we need to prepare better. He said it was as much on the coaches as it was on us. We can’t just pass responsibility. We have to get tougher, make tackles and finish the game.

(not being able to finish drives)
It’s very frustrating. It’s a lot of work for nothing. Thursday wasn’t a good practice. It was pretty bad. We need to practice better.”

By Eric Prisbell  |  September 7, 2008; 11:08 AM ET
Categories:  Football  
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