"We were going over the calls, communicating together, just so you could feel each other and you could feel how it's supposed to feel when you're out there, how things were supposed to go," cornerback Rashad Carmichael said. "He wasn't really too much upset with us."
"It's like another rivalry game, as well as Georgia Tech and (Virginia). We look at it just like that," Hokies cornerback Rashad Carmichael said. "And we came out and had a big game against them last year, so we know they're going to bring their A-game out against us this year. With the championship on the line, it makes it even better."