Mossi Johnson talks about his big performance against California:
On the Cal game:
I think I did well.
On what he saw on his kick return:
I saw I should have scored. I just had the will and wanted to make a play. They hadn't kicked to us the whole game so I felt like I'd make them pay for it this time.
On if Ishmael Adams said anything to him on the return:
I don't know. I kind of didn't hear anything. If he was, I apologize.
On making his first big impact against Cal:
It was a dream come true. I finally learned my role on the team. Just do what I'm supposed to do and I'm on the field more.
On if he got frustrated:
I wasn't frustrated at all. I trusted the coaches, they made the right decision, and I waited my turn. Any chance I did get, I tried to make the most of it.
On what they wanted him to work on:
They just said I need to stay in the playbook more and stop thinking and just going out and play. Once I got the hang of it, I just went out and played football.
On if he proved something:
I guess, yeah, probably.
VIDEO: Johnson on Impact
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