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On getting in:
I felt ok. I felt comfortable. We did some things we don't do as an offense.
On what Rosen said:
He was helping me with the looks out there and pumping me up. He's a great teammate.
On trying to make plays with run game struggling:
You win as a team and you lose as a team. I was just trying to do everything I could to help me team win. I’m not really too focused on that, I’m more focused on my performance. There’s a lot of things I left on the table that I’m disappointed I couldn’t do but that’s football and you have to bounce back.
On biggest takeaway:
Just being out there for the first time in a real game is just a little different. I feel like I got used to the speed and the style of play and the way the plays fit. I think just experience overall is the biggest takeaway for me.
On being prepared to play more:
I feel like I’m very prepared. I’ve been working for this for four years now and I’m going to give it the best I can. I think I can help us win.
On how Rosen was after the game:
He seemed fine, the trainers were helping him out. He seemed ok when I talked to him.
On the last drive:
I didn't get the ball out quick enough. It's a lot faster out there than practice. I should have thrown it sooner. It's my fault as the quarterback.
On ASU’s defense:
They played their butt off out there. I felt like they dialed up some pretty complex blitzes. Hats off to them, they really played well. We just didn’t play up to our standard and I think that’s the main reason why at the end of the day we lost the game.
On being at a crucial point in the season:
Im just going to take it one day at a time, get back home, go over the film, work on my body, not look too far into the future.
On the postgame mood:
Pretty down. We have high expectations and want to win every game. Guys are disappointed and we didn't play up to our standards.null