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I think I have the special ability to process information quickly and dissect defenses.
I actually hated hunting the first time I went when I was a kid. My dad took us deer hunting. We sat there for 30 minutes, and I felt like I was losing my mind. But in college, I fell in love with it. Football became a full-time job, and I needed an escape. I needed something that would mellow me out.
It doesn’t matter if you’re winning or losing. You’ve got to be the same guy; you’ve got to prepare the same.
We have a culture at NDSU that’s about the team first.
Being at NDSU and winning national championships, everyone’s gunning for you. You got a big target on your back, and we had to be ready to go week in and week out. I think playing for a program like that, everyone’s going to give you their best shot, and we embrace that.
You just control what you can control and just hopefully go win games and keep getting better.
I listen to worship music before the game to calm my nerves and just go out and have fun. It’s a game, and I try to enjoy it.
I enjoy creating relationships with my teammates, my friends, and I genuinely care about people.
Coming from a smaller school, you kind of have a chip on your shoulder, so to speak.
If I scramble, I might get 5, 10, 15, 20 yards, but I’m not that fast. I always want to get it to the guys that can make plays.
Young quarterbacks usually experience bumps in the road. I’ll take them in stride.
Names that come to mind that I’ve learned from are Tom Brady – the way he gets the ball out and is so decisive. You can tell he is in total control out there. Another name is Aaron Rodgers, and how he’s in total command. And also, Cam Newton, the way he has fun. I love that part of it.
I view every day just as an opportunity.
I think leadership is just something that comes really natural to me.
As a competitor, you want to get on the field as soon as you can. But you want to do best for your team, your career and everything. That’s not up me to decide.
I hate losing, and I’m gonna do whatever it takes to be the best at whatever it is I’m doing.
There are going to be losses. There are going to be bad plays. There are going to be mistakes.
At the end of the day, you just want to go to a team that believes in you… and hopefully wants to build a franchise around you.
Timing and accuracy is really what matters at the end of the day.
I want to be playing into January for the rest of my career, God willing.
I like to push the ball down the field when it’s there. There’s also times you just take the underneath one.
I feel like I’ve earned respect with how I go about my business, how I carry myself.
It’s how I’m wired. If I’m not the best at something, it ticks me off, and I want to work harder to be the best. It’s also the way I was raised.
I didn’t even have cable back in my college house.
I just have pretty good recall of information.
I’m not an idiot; I can make adjustments to my life. But I like having a schedule.
If you throw the ball 60 times, you are going to make miss some of them. That kind of happens.
I’ve always thought I played at a high level and played at a fast pace.
I’ll be in a cadence, and I’ll start to see one thing that a defense is starting to do, I’m like, ‘I saw that two months ago on film.’ And then that triggers whatever call you need to make.
I’m one that doesn’t let the pressure or any of the outside kind of scrutiny, all those things, really get to me.