On his punch against Oregon:
I just made a dumb decision. That's all it is. I made a stupid decision, I regret it. It's not me. I've never done that in a game, and it was just a stupid decision.
On if something preceded it:
I just made a stupid decision. Stuff lit up, and I made a stupid decision.
On if someone did anything:
On what Jim Mora said:
He got on me a bit. Told me I can't be selfish and make a stupid decision like that and put the team at risk.
On if he expected more punishment from the Pac-12:
I have no clue what is going on. I talked to Mora, and we're taking care of it in-house.
On if he'll miss any time against Cal:
It's an in-house decision. Whatever Mora wants to do.
On the defensive line against Oregon:
We did fine. There was a little on film we didn't do right. We weren't able to shed.
On what they did to make it tough to shed:
They were holding. A lot of offensive linemen hold. But it's part of the game. You have to get used to it and adapt to it.
On if there was more holding than normal:
It's all the same.
On where the defense is at:
After today's practice, I think we're getting back to our old ways as a team. Having more fun at there. Taking it too much as a job instead of having fun. We lost sight of that. We made it a business thing rather than going to play ball. Playing too uptight. Now we're back to ourselves.
On where the pressure came from:
Ourselves. Within the team. Outside pressure, I don't pay attention to that. Pressure among ourselves. After two hard weeks, we have to come together as a unit, see it, fix it. We weren't having fun like before. We had that today. Today was a fun practice. I had fun today.
On facing running quarterbacks:
Everytime you get a dual-threat, it's tougher to handle, that's why they're dual threat. A pocket passer is thinking pass first all the way. A run guy makes your hands full and it has to make you disciplined. You lose your lanes because of a hole in the middle, he takes off.
On if Cal will use their backups:
Most defintely, no doubt.
On if a pocket passer is more challenging:
If a guy is throwing, throwing, throwing, and then they switch it up to a runner who can't throw as well, it changes the mindset up.
On if their mindset is different after two losses this year:
Our goal is week by week, we know we have to win out this week. Simple as that. It's not the same Cal as last year, a very powerful conference. Jared Goff is a great quarterback, a great receiving corps, the same offensive line and good backs.
On ticket requests being from Northern California:
Yeah, there are a lot of people, family, friends and coaches coming to watch. It's a big game for me.
On pressuring Jared Goff:
It's very important. Jared Goff, what does he average, 400 yards a game? You can't let a guy like that have forever back there, with the receivers they've got. Its important to get pressure on a guy like that.
On UCLA not winning in Berkeley since 1998:
This is my first time playing in Berkeley, so I don't know too much about the history. But I know we haven't won there in a while.