A dejected Aaron Murray talked in detail about how his Georgia team dropped a heartbreaker to Clemson. South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney shook off questions as adeptly as he sheds blockers when the Gamecock defensive end was asked whether he was a bit out of shape for his team’s season opener.
Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller was available to talk about No. 2 Ohio State’s performance against Buffalo. So was Alabama’s AJ McCarron, who didn’t have a very good outing statistically, although his top-ranked Crimson Tide won handily against Virginia Tech.
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