Video: Interview with UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley

uva uclaUCLA quarterback Brett Hundley talks with reporters after the Bruins’ 28-20 win over UVA in the teams’ 2014 season opener.

 

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Takeaways from the game:

“We got a victory. We did that right, but there are a lot of things in this game that we have to take away and we have to learn from them. I think we just have to come out and play our game, and that’s the key to this thing. I think we may have come out there a little too juiced and had a lot of mental lapses and mental mistakes. We just have to fix them and come back next week and play a better game.”

 

On Virginia’s defensive effort:

Virginia did a good job. They came out with typical blitzes like smash, smash weak, mike at A, simple stuff that we can pick up. We just have to do a better job of picking up everything and getting the ball down the field.”

 

On his role as a runner:

“You have to sort of find a tempo on offense. If that may be running the ball a little bit more, I have the ability to do that. I pride myself in understanding that if we need a spark I can run the ball a little, and be that spark. The lanes are there, and when they are, I’ll just take them.”

 

On the teams expectations for itself:

“It’s not that we put outside pressure on ourselves, but understanding that we have high expectations in the first place. So we have to learn how to handle those, and how to really come on the field and play our brand of football. Today, we didn’t exactly play our offensive style of football.”

 

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