Josh Rosen talked on Saturday. Video courtesy of Jeff Siegel.
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On the false starts:
It was BS what they were doing on the defensive line. They were calling cadences, saying 'set, hut', all these false starts, it wasn't on them. I actually messed them up, it was a silent count and I said a cadence. Just wanted to throw that out there first, they're working their butts off and its a shame its overshadowed by penalties.
On if he made the refs aware:
They said they were grunting as they shifted. They grunted or something. It was ridiculous.
On how they adjusted to that:
Just try to anchor down. It happened all the way to the fourth quarter. Sometimes you're anxious to go and you hear a count and you go for it.
On if he'd faced anything like that:
Yeah, BYU stemmed at the line of scrimmage. A lot of teams do stuff like that. Certain blocking responsibilities are determined. Its a common technique and they do it every play. It should be illegal. I didn't mind it as much but some of our offensive lineman were getting called for false starts and it's not their fault.
On throwing in the rain:
Our equipment staff did a good job of keeping the ball dry.
On the second scoring drive:
You have to do what you have to do. We got backed up a little bit, then hit Nate. We had four verticals and you overlap four verts with three guys, I was able to find Kenny, I was able to sit back there for an hour and a half and found Kenny. We kept rolling from there and I think that's where the tides changed.
On his learning experience this game:
I don't know, same goal every game. We just go out and do what we do.
On if he tells the Mazzone's what's working:
I don't have handcuffs, I'm not on a leash.
On if he's reached his own expectations:
I want to win every game. My expectation is a national championship.
On if this gives them confidence before Washington State:
Not any more confidence than ordinary. I want to win every game. I'm not going to change my approach. I'll go out on the field and execute the game plan.
On his approach being the same:
No because if there was, I'd have to change it. Everyone is listening to rap music, and I'm in the corner chilling out. I play well calm and collected. If you ever see me with a straight face on the sidelines, I may not be on top of my game. I'm good at playing loose and having fun. That's when I play my best football.
On if his composure is improving:
I think so, but a couple times I got out prematurely. There was the play to Bolu, a play action, I got out of there a little jittery. Then a fake screen to TD on the sideline, I got it out too early. I want to make it easy on the offensive line as possible. Try not to scramble and hit everything from the pocket.