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Topic - Josh Snead
The last month was pure chaos for quarterback Brendon Kay and the Cincinnati Bearcats. That made Thursday night's Belk Bowl victory all the more rewarding.
Duke has lost a shootout against an instate conference rival followed by a blowout to top-ranked and defending national champion Alabama.
"It's heartbreaking because we wanted to win this game for our seniors," Snead said. "But as a team, we're going to learn from this and build off the momentum from this. I've got great teammates. They encouraged me to keep my head up. If you have a little adversity, you've got to face it."
"We just got dominated in all phases of the game," Snead said. "We're not looking back."