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On how they've mastered offense:
"It just comes down to repetition. ... That's why we've gotten so good with it and so comfortable with it."
On emotions of Saturday:
"It's going to be a great day of football. Right now I'm trying to focus on the next practice. After the game Saturday we'll worry about how emotional it was."
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On Danny O'Brien's visit in the spring:
"I've been competing since I got here. If they brought in another guy, I don't think I would have cared. Whether he came here or not really wouldn't have bothered me."
On future plans outside of football:
"I'm in broadcast journalism. I'd like to pursue a career as an analyst eventually." He'll pursue football "until they tell me I can't play anymore."
On being a finalist for walk-on award:
"I'm honored to be considered a part of that."
When he felt comfortable with the offense:
"Toward the end of the spring. I started to get comfortable with the play calls ... stopped thinking, just started to play. ... About halfway through the season we started to hit our stride."
"We knew how great this offense could be and it was only a matter of time before it clicked."
On high and low points:
"High point would be right now. I guess the low point would be sharing time (as a starter)."
On his legacy:
"It's not for me to decide. ... All I ask of people to think of me is a guy who played as hard as he could every Saturday."
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