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On getting significant carries:
I felt good about the game and the team prepared well for this. I felt like it was a good time, played with a lot of energy and a lot of passion.
On not playing as much early:
I sat on the sidelines and visually learned and from what other guys were doing. I learned a lot from the older guys. I knew if we practiced hard and brought intensity, we'd be fine.
On the competition with the running backs:
It's a family competition. We go hard against each other. We see who's first. We always compete as a family. Just family competition.
On the locker room after the win:
Its always fun in a locker room, especially after a long road. We felt pretty positive about it and we'll come into the next game strong.
On being prepared when called upon:
I felt like I prepared well and it was a lot of fun running behind the line we had. I'm always ready whenever my number is called. Always prepared.
On Oregon State's blitzing:
The blitzers were physical. They had a pretty physical linebacker corps. They blitzed well.
On scoring his first touchdown:
It felt really good. I froze up in the end zone
On his second touchdown:
I just let my emotions go, hugged the guys and congratulated them for everything. I'm just happy to be a part of this family and to be a Bruin.
On his last appearance in a game being marked by a fumble:
I felt like after the fumble, it really put my focus on ball security and I repped that over and over in practice. I felt like I could carry that over into the game and protect the ball as much as I could.