Found January 02, 2013 on isportsweb.com:
PLAYERS: David Sims
TEAMS:
It goes without saying if you really don’t want to be someplace; then don’t go.  Playing in a bowl game has always been a reward for any college football team and once the players from USC started going onto their social networking sites and making derogatory remarks about the Sun Bowl host city; El Paso, that set the tone for this game.  You would have thought given that they were unable to even go to a bowl game the past two years due to an NCAA ban that they would have been excited to be playing anywhere; apparently not. I have no doubt that Georgia Tech wanted to be in this bowl game as they took the necessary steps to obtain a waiver from the NCAA just as UCLA did last season after losing their Conference Championship game to fall below .500.  There was lots of discussion about even going through that effort, and perhaps being better off just sitting out this post season to avoid another losing effort in a bowl game. Attitude is always a variable that coaches try to create as p...
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