I am smarter because I stayed in school, and I am a better football player.
When I chose Mississippi State, of course I dreamed about being a big-time college football player. But I'm so grateful that actually became a reality - and it became a reality in a small town.
I want to go where I'm the difference. I want to make something out of nothing. I want to be the reason someone is great.
I hate to lose. It's a bad feeling, but, I mean, it kind of gets you resettled, gets you back right.
I will never have a sip of alcohol and get behind the wheel again. Regardless if I'm 300% sure that I just had a sip and I can drive. It doesn't matter.
I've always had high expectations of myself. I've never felt that there was anything I couldn't do in this world.
I don't think people know how much time and effort truly goes into the game and goes into simply just scoring a touchdown. So when you get that opportunity, you should be able to be free and be relaxed from all the pressure that went into scoring that touchdown and have fun.
When I was younger, I used to pray that I would die before my mom. That's just how much my mom meant to me. I couldn't imagine being in this world without her. But then seeing cancer - seeing what it can do to somebody - as strong and as tough as she was, there was nothing she could do. Cancer is a dirty, dirty deal.
I'm hard on myself. I'm my biggest critic.
The game of football is something I dearly love, and there's nothing else I'd rather be doing.