A lot of things got messed up. We gotta look at film. That wasn't all we got. We came up short.
On his two drops and fumble:
It just wasn't being disciplined and holding the ball tight, holding it out loose when I made the cut instead of holding it tight. I gotta work on that. And I short armed the other one. That was just a mental mistake by me.
On the fumble play:
When I caught the ball, I tucked it on the wrong side, instead of near the sideline. When I tried to cut over, it wasn't tight. I was just focused on what was front of me so he got me from the back and knocked it from my hands.
On his spring performance:
I was happy but it was more like more should be happening. I should have been 100 percent from the get go. There is still a lot more to accomplish.
On the quarterbacks:
Ryan Williams is a great quarterback. We're all gonna go out and run more routes together. He's a great quarterback and I feel like Ryan can throw hard and he's an accurate quarterback.
On the offense in the spring:
It was a great spring. A lot of things are gonna happen. We still have a lot of work to do. I dropped a few passes and fumbled so there's still a lot more to do.
On the offensive mistakes in the spring game:
Everything happened too fast. People were thinking too hard and not focusing on the play and not executing what we studied over the weeks.
On the wind being a factor that day:
It was pretty windy. I had to really focus on the ball and when it goes in the air, you don't know if it's gonna be short or high, which happened a lot. That's no excuse for dropping the ball though.
Al Golden on Scott:
I think Rashawn's had a really good spring. Clearly, he had a drop today and the ball taken away after a big play. I don't think he'll get down. I know how he's gonna work every day. He knows what we expect from him. He's a young kid, has learned a lot, had a great offseason, a great spring, and I think he'll carry the momentum into the summer.