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Is it going to effect the way that we play, the way that we practice now? No.

No, our swagger is still there. We are still preparing for New Mexico and you gotta put it behind you."

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Hadley on whether it is good for the team to play angry:

"Yeah, I think so. I think it will be good for us to have a little chip on our shoulder, come out and have something to prove this game and go into the bowl game with something to prove.

I think anytime you lose, you ought to be frustrated."

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