In playoff football, you've got to be physical. You've got to run the ball.
I obviously love to run the ball.
The more you see, the more you're going to learn. Just got to take advantage of the opportunity and get ready to play ball.
I just like the ball in my hands whether I'm running it or catching it.
When you let those defensive backs know that you're a physical player, they don't really want to tackle. That's it. That's why you see me get a hurdle every game. Those guys don't want to tackle me when I get to the second level.
I feel blessed. All the great running backs that have come through Ohio State - Archie Griffin, Eddie George, Beanie Wells - I'm happy that I was able to carry on that lineage this season.
You don't want to attack one game more than another.
I think at Ohio State, we're professional athletes in Columbus.
I think actually it's kind of sad because something I looked forward to just getting to the NFL growing up was just being able to have more fun, the rules loosen up, being able to celebrate.
I am tired of hearing about Coach Harbaugh; I think he needs to get in check with reality because, at the end of the day, you can't talk smack about a rivalry when you haven't won a rivalry game. You got to win ballgames to be able to talk behind it.
The NCAA has its rules. It's our job to abide by them.