After giving up a fumble and an interception return for a touchdown against the Florida Atlantic Owls, Georgia Bulldogs backup quarterback Christian LeMay is happy to get back on the practice field and try to learn from his mistakes that he made last Saturday,
In an interview with Ryan Black of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, LeMay talked about his desire to get back to practice,
"I couldn't wait to get back out here and get back to work and get that off my mind. When you're trying to be great, the good things are overshadowed by the bad things. When you're trying to get to that level, you've got to make as little mistakes as possible and those were big mistakes I shouldn't be making at this point in my career. There's really no excuse for it."
LeMay was pulled following his interception, and knows that he will need to extra hard to gain the trust of his coaches again,
"The coaches don't trust you as much, so you've just got to go back to work and earn their trust back."
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