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Sexton: 'Easily My Worst Football Game This Year'

North Carolina quarterback Cameron Sexton was pretty hard on himself after the game. Here is his interview with reporters:

“We left a bunch of points on the field. We didn’t play well. We didn’t capitalize when we should have.”

“I played poorly today. I know that you win and lose as a team, but as the quarterback of this football team, I have a bigger responsibility. I left so much on the field. I played a poor game. I never got into a rhythm. I need to play better than this in order for us to win .. I couldn’t get going. This was easily my worst football game this year and it’ll probably go down as one of my worst.”

(bouncing back)
“This is what we have to do, and we’re not out of it. We are not worried about it and we won’t be worried about it. This is when we play our best, when we come out after something like this. We rebound better than anybody. I might sound like a broken record after our losses; we’re going to work hard and I know we are going to play better next week. This team knows how to respond to adversity. That is what we hang our hat on and that is what we are going to do.”

By Eric Prisbell  |  November 16, 2008; 2:31 PM ET
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poor hclark1, lol

Posted by: sargeantmofo | November 16, 2008 12:39 PM | Report abuse

Worst game of the Year? Your AZZ should have been benched before halftime and now for the rest of the season.....NO MAS

Welcome to another must win game choked and lost......and another trip to a meaningless TOILET Bowl appearance.

Posted by: unc1dmo | November 16, 2008 5:54 PM | Report abuse

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