Mississippi State quarterback Tyler Russell walked out of the locker room and headed straight for the bus.
He refused to stop and didn't utter a word.
There really was nothing to say after the worst game of his career.
The junior threw four interceptions in a 34-20 loss to No. 21 Northwestern in the Gator Bowl on Tuesday. The Wildcats (10-3) ended a 64-year postseason drought, earning their first bowl win since the 1949 Rose Bowl.
Russell certainly helped Northwestern snap a nine-game bowl losing streak. He had one interception returned for a touchdown on the third play of the game, threw two passes that were picked inside Northwestern's 15-yard line and essentially sealed the game with his fourth of the day.
''Guys are going to have off days,'' coach Dan Mullen said. ''Here's the great thing: He had an off day and there were still some opportunities there for us in the fourth quarter to go win the game. So great learning moment for young guy...