...starts at the 27:30 mark...reiterates that he's proud of the way the team played and wishes he could take some of his calls back...On the defensive at the end of the game, Miles says that after review, neither he or Chavis would change the calls that were made and he says that a "young player" was out of position on the final play...Miles expressed confidence in Alleman, despite the missed kicks...Says he still would have made the trick play calls, despite their lack of success...Miles is asked if FB JC Copeland's penalties make him not worth having on the field. While not excusing the penalties, Miles answer is a solid no. (Ed. The person who asked this was Michael Cauble from WBRZ, who has multiple times this season been bringing up backup FB Connor Neighbors as someone who should be getting playing time. His reasoning for this is beyond my grasp)...Miles thinks Hill has matured into the starting RB role very well....When asked about the final drive again, again Miles won't mention the "young defender" who failed in coverage by name...Alfred Blue was dressed out for the game because he wanted to be on the sideline with his team, though he is not close to being able to return to the field...Miles fields what I think might be the first question he's gotten about the TM7 SI story from a few weeks ago and Miles gets philosophical in his answer.
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