Jaleel Wadood talks about the secondary's performance against UNLV, what they are expecting from BYU this weekend, and more.
On the problems BYU brings:
We're not worried about the off-the-field aspect, we're expecting them to come in and play hard and we'll lay hard.
On how much film they've watched:
Just a little TV, but they're a tough team and a well-known opponent and we'll come in and face them how we face other guys.
On dealing with a Hail Mary as a safety:
We go over those type of situations in practice every day, Coach Mora prepares us every day, so if we're in a Hail Mary situation at the end of a game, we'll be prepared for it.
On what concerns him about the BYU game:
I have trust in my teammates, so I'm not really worried about anything but us playing to our full potential.
On Tanner Mangum:
He's no fall-off from the starter who got hurt, a good athlete, can move around in the pocket, good runner too.
On what stood out on film from UNLV:
We had some pretty good success, but no one is satisfied, so we're not getting big-headed. That's in the past, and now we're looking forward to BYU
On Josh Rosen:
He's doing well. There is always room fir improvement. I know his full potential and expect him to come out and play better than he has.
On if he'd like to catch passes from Rosen again like in high school:
You never know what the future holds.