"We've just got to hunker down and be better on special teams, man," Plummer said. "I put that on me from the get-go. I should just work him down inside more, and I just kind of picked up because I didn't want him to beat me with an outside move. You know, it's unfortunate, man. I felt like I gave them momentum, but I'll be better. It definitely won't ever happen again on my [watch] because I want this team to win, so that's why."
"I thought [Spaight] was going to bounce back from it, but this will give him a chance to go ahead, relax and get his mind right, because I know he'll be back next year ready to go, and this gives me a chance to get some game experience and benefit off it," Plummer said Tuesday. "You never want to see your teammate go down, but I've got an opportunity, so I need to run with it."