Last year, things were a little different than they are now, ... I guess if you're going to look for reasons, look for excuses, I guess you could say those.
No, I haven't. Just doing my part. That's about it.
I don't feel squeezed. I just feel like I just have to take care of what I can take care of. There are limited opportunities out there with the first group. It's take care of your own. I can't worry about what the next guy is doing. Let the cards fall where they may and that's how you have to approach it.
I feel fine. I probably would have stayed in the game, but I couldn't get my shoe back on. I got hit pretty hard on the play and I didn't want to come out.
You'd like to put points on the board, but we got some completions and gave the guys a chance to catch some balls. You'd like to come away with a little more progress and run the football a little bit better than what we did.
It wasn't my night. I've got to take responsibility for that and try to cut down on the mistakes.
It was bittersweet. For me, it's tough to accept the fact that things didn't work out that well for me in Miami. On the other hand, it's a fresh start here, and it's an opportunity, and it's all you can ask for. It's a positive right now, but at the same time it's tough to swallow a defeat a little bit.
It's nice to get Coach Saban a win. There's always competition.
Everybody wants to start. That's my plan. You always expect to start, and that's my goal.
It's an exciting time. It's everything you ask for as a player -- an opportunity to play. Hopefully I'll take it and run with it.