"If you try to get up with him, he's just going to get up even earlier," Jones said. "By the time you get there to work out with him, he's already worked out. That's how he is. That's his time. We give him space and let him be James."
"I think our coaches did a great job of halftime adjustments and got us out there adjusting to what they were calling and got us players honed in," Jones said. "Like coach Richt says, it's a 60-minute game and you've got to fight all 60 minutes."
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