Ben Jones wants one last win 

January, 2, 2012
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TAMPA, Fla. -- Ben Jones has heard the clichés about how losing can be valuable. He just doesn’t buy them.

Georgia’s senior center joked after a recent bowl practice that he took absolutely nothing constructive away from the Bulldogs’ 6-7 record last season.

“They say you can always learn from a loss, but I think I learn more from winning,” Jones said with a laugh. “It’s a lot easier for me to correct something saying, ‘All right, we can fix that. We won, I’m still happy,’ but I never want to lose. Some people say, ‘It’s OK, we needed that.’ It’s never OK to lose to me. I’m trying to win every game and no matter win or loss, I can correct my mistakes, but it’s a lot easier when you’ve got a win up under your belt.”
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