Sotonye Jamabo talked during Colorado week.
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On takeaways from Cal game:
There is a lot to improve on. Our coach and our RB group went through a good film session and there is a lot to improve on for sure. It was a nice start to the season to get a lot of carries.
On the best feedback he's gotten:
Consistency in all that I do. Whenever I'm making plays, just being consistent.
On moving the pile better than before:
Getting bigger and stronger and running harder, that definitely helps for sure.
On if that's something Polamalu emphasizes:
Everything, collision, balance, everything, it's not just one style. Doing all that helps me as a running back and helps athletes in general.
On Paul Perkins:
He always has the best attitude. He's ready for opportunity. He keeps consistent and persistent in everything we do. He's a great leader.
On his biggest adjustment to college:
Waking up every day, knowing you have to go hard and keep grinding every day. Im getting over the lull of things.
On the swing pass:
One more step and it might have been six. I'll try to take it for six next time.
On if Utah's loss rejuvenated them:
We want to stay energetic and optimistic and we have an opportunity now and its in our hands. We'll get ready for Colorado and take it one game at a time.