Transcript after the jump. Comment on Matt Scott’s concussion at 3:40.
After film review, what are your impressions of the game-winning drive against ASU?
It was pretty much the way it should have been executed. There were still times in the pocket, I probably could have stayed in there instead of running around. But everything worked out. … It was a good experience. It was back home in Arizona. It was a big win for us. During the drive, I didn’t really think much of it. It was just what we gotta do.
On how much control he had on the final drive:
It’s basically the exact same as during the game. I look to the sideline for the play, spike the ball if we get the first down. Run another play. … Most of the time, I know when we’re supposed to spike the ball. The sideline’s screaming it out too.
Did the comeback drive build your confidence?
It helps a lot. I just gotta take it one game at a time. you can’t get too high and you can’t get too low. It’s nice to know that when things are on the line, we were able to move the ball and do what we needed to do.
On playing the team he rooted for growing up:
Once I committed, everything that I used to do sort of went to trash. U of A’s a good team and they showed it.
On Arizona quarterback Matt Scott playing against USC after suffering a concussion and vomiting on the field:
To be honest, I’d probably do the same thing. If I throw up, I throw up, then I get right back into the game. If something’s in life-threatening position, then I’ll get off the field. … I feel like it’s the player’s responsibility to know when something’s really wrong. You can’t really let someone else decide for you. You know when you’re ready. There are doctors for a reason, but you know your body.