On how many times he watched the final drive:
All night. I stayed up all night.
On if it was a turning point in his career:
I was definitely excited to get out there and make some plays and beat a good BYU team. It was a very good night for us, coming out with the win.
On his mindset the last drive:
I knew we had to get a score. It worked out in our favor. We got into the end zone.
On the offensive line:
You can’t make anything happen without them.
On the improvement of the OL:
A lot more. The chemistry is built between the line and the running backs. We play for each other. We’re a lot more close as a group. We’re playing for each other.
On if he feels more explosive:
Definitely. That is all Coach Alosi’s offseason training.
On Paul Perkins off the field:
He’s just a good guy. Off the field, he doesn’t really talk a lot about football. When he gets out on the field, he talks business. I want to be more like him every day.
On Perkins evolvement:
He’s just more of a pro. His practice, his work ethic, he comes out with the same mindset every day. He’s practicing like a pro.
On if they look up to Perkins:
Me, Soso, Bolu, we want to follow in his footsteps. He’s leading us right now. When he’s out of here, we have to be ready.
On what the win meant:
It shows we can play in any kind of circumstance. We never have doubt out there. If we play our style of football, we’re ok.
On if that gives them confidence:
Having the offensive line like we have, you can run like we did.
On if its the best he’s seen of Perkins:
Oh yeah. He shows us something new each time. Breaking off those long runs. He had a bunch of those. He ended up with 219 at the end. Big numbers, running behind his blocks. Everything he was doing out there was big.
On his biggest critic:
My mom. She’s the first one I call after every game. She watches wherever she can.
On her scouting report from Saturday:
My mom was just excited about me getting in there and scoring. Her and my brother were excited.
On when he saw the hole on the touchdown:
I couldn’t explain it. I heard the whole crowd going crazy and saw my teammates running towards me. Its a feeling you can’t explain. To win a big game like that, its just crazy
On Josh Rosen:
Josh is a very mature quarterback. As young as he is, he’s not worried about mistakes, he’s about moving on to the next game and that’s Arizona.
On Rosen on the final drive:
The thing about him, he’s not afraid to go out there and lead us.