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On Josh Rosen:
He has a great head on his shoulders. At halftime, he came in and drew up a play, and changed it up, based on the looks. It was a play and he adjusted it. He told us different ways to do it. He's definitely not a freshman. Coach Mazzone is fantastic and they have a great relationship. He lets him have a lot of input. He changed it and it worked for us.
On Rosen getting hit more:
He's a tough kid. He'll stay in there till he has to get hit. He has a gift. He can pinpoint the ball wherever, whether he's hit or not. It's crazy but its great to be able to watch him. I always tell him he has to be tough as nails.
On anticipating Rosen's success:
To be honest, no, I don't think anyone thought a freshman could do the things he has. But as I'm around him more, he's fanatical. He's texting, he's watching film. I saw a lot of it at camp, the way he prepared, the way he locked himself in the room. He's going to be a great UCLA quarterback.
On if he knew he broke the record:
No, but I did know based on Coach Yarbs reaction. He snagged the ball for me. I kind of had the feeling that's why he was doing it.
On owning the record:
It's an honor. It's definitely an honor. For me, I was more happy that we got the win. But to go down in history as the all-time leader in receptions, its something you work for. Its cool for my family, for the guys I play with at the wideout position. Its great.
On if he heard from former receivers:
Shaq (Evans) just texted me. He was here. I looked up to Shaq a lot. He showed me a lot. It was definitely an honor.
On the ball:
I'm going to go give it to my parents right now, maybe you guys will get the replica.