By LARRY VAUGHT
Offensive coordinator Neal Brown says player suspensions were no excuse for Saturday’s loss at Georgia.
“I think what happened earlier had very little outcome to be honest with you. Got rules and regulations we have and we have people that broke them and suffered consequences, but that’s no excuse for coming out and playing and coaching how we coached. They didn’t have any outcome on that to me,” Brown said.
“It’s hard to know until you watch it, but I was as disappointed as probably any team I’ve ever been a part of in the third quarter. I don’t know. It didn’t feel like we had the same fight (in) us, but I can’t really tell you. That’s just the feel. It’s hard to watch all 11 people. Obviously the performance wasn’t very good.”