Dawgman.com Post-Game Video: Washington Quarterback Jake Browning - Oregon State Beavers

Dawgman.com's Kim Grinolds was at Reser Stadium Saturday as the Washington Huskies thumped Oregon State 52-7. Here's the media post-game interview with quarterback Jake Browning, who was 18-20 for 211 yards and four touchdowns.

On having this kind of performance after two tough losses “I mean we got over the last games, 24 hour rule. We moved on to this one and it feels good to get a win.”


On if keeping their foot on the gas was an emphasis after last week’s loss to ASU “We just had to play a full game, a full four quarters. We started fast last week and didn’t finish it so we wanted to make sure we did this week.”


On the significance of the upcoming Apple Cup “I mean, right now I haven’t watched them at all or anything. We have to bounce back quickly. Get home and we play on a Friday so we have to bounce back and treat tomorrow like a Monday.”

On what made moving the ball look so easy today “I just thought we executed really well. We established the run game pretty early and had a great first drive and that just kind of catapulted us for the whole first quarter and second quarter. Obviously in the second half just running the clock out.”


On how high the sense of urgency was this week “Our backs are against the wall a little bit so we had to win this one and we did.”


On the progression of the offense “I don’t think anybody really thinks about the stats. When you lose you lose. And you have to execute. When we do execute we’ve shown that we can put together good drives and put up a lot of points so I think that’s what we have to do.”


On Jaydon Mickens’ pass attempt “I don’t know. It looked like pretty good protection, like it gave him some time. So we’ll see it on tape. I thought he had some time. We tried to put together a trick play. I think he did a good job making sure it wasn’t a bad play. They covered it pretty well.”


On what this win means “It means it’s a win. There’s nothing special about it. A win’s a win. A loss is a loss. You have to get over the losses, get over the wins, and we have to do that. We won so we have to move onto the next one.”

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