Josh Rosen talked after the Colorado win.
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On if the lack of possession threw off their rhythm:
No, the rhythm was there. Its momentum.
On if a lack of opportunities means don't waste them:
No. If you touch the ball five or ten more times, the goal doesn't change. You're not going to put more urgency in.
On if they want to control the clock:
We don't care, we want touchdowns.
On the fumble:
Stuff happens. Then we went down and scored and our defense made two huge stops.
On turning the page since he was Bosco:
Its not going to effect me in the future. If I throw a pick six, I'll come out and throw a 10-yard out, its the same route. What happened before shouldn't have an effect, other than schematically. They give you something, you have to convert.
On measuring their growth:
I don't know, that's for you guys to speculate on.
On controlling their own destiny:
We have to win every single game.
On if he's happy with his performance:
I'm happy that we won. Like I said last week, I was as happy as after we beat BYU.
On if fatigue is a factor:
I don't want to speak to that, I usually don't run during the games. I felt fine.