On having watched the game:
I haven’t watched a Miami game since high school. It was a great perspective. It was cool sitting back and watching it and seeing how they call plays and score touchdowns.
On his reaction to the finish:
I was at Greg Golden’s house. It was me, Gus Edwards, and the guys who didn’t travel. Guys were jumping around when we scored, running out with the trick or treaters.
On his status for Saturday:
We’ll see. I’m still taking some brain tests. I felt pretty good today and just take it day by day.
On the finish:
It was a lot of different emotions. After it was done, it was an awesome feeling. When Coach Scott raised his hands up, we went crazy. There were about 15 of us.
On the recent adversity:
There have been a lot of ups and downs, a lot of adversity but it brings us together. We don’t make excuses. We accept things as they are and find a way. Coach Scott tells us about how life is 10 percent about what happens to you and 90 percent about how you respond to it.
On how well Malik Rosier played:
It was awesome to see that, how he prepared all week. I’m with him watching him study. He’s grown a lot since last year and these last few months. I was real happy to see that. It was rough against Clemson because he didn’t get many reps in practice. Coach Coley makes sure there is no dropoff with whoever is in the game.