On Josh Rosen:
He has a really good sense of the pocket. He knows where pressure is coming from and how to react to it. We're a much better offensive line than last year. We're older. We have a lot more practice under our belt, a lot more game experience. And honestly I give a lot of credit to Coach Klemm. He wasn't here but we played for him tonight. He did a great job preparing us for this game. We watched a lot of film from last season and transitioned it to this season. We were able to huddle it this year better and he did a good job getting us prepared for this game.
On their expectations for Rosen:
He went above and beyond anything I could have ever hoped for. At the beginning of the game, I told him to go out there and let it fly. We got your back. He's phenomenal. We'll get better from here.
On if there was a single play wow moment:
I think I was like 'oh s--t, this kid is the real deal', I'm blocking my guy and Devin Fuller is on the sideline and the DB is real close to him, and he throws a curve ball. I mean, it curves at the end and hits him straight in the end and I'm like 'alright. Alright Josh, whatever.' He's special though.
On if this was the best he's seen Rosen:
Definitely because we were able to let it go. Practice is so structured, so you could never really tell how good somebody is. In a game, when the bullets are flying and everybody is reacting, I think he did a really good job.
On when Virginia stopped stacking:
I think about the fifth deep ball, they thought they should back up a little bit.
On Chosen Rosen:
J-Chosen, Chosen Rosen, whatever you want to call him. The Rosen One. There are plenty of them. Whatever you want to call him.