MB: I have not had one yet. And I pray I don't get one. I've loved every second. Even class.
If I gave you a choice of the Heisman or the national championship, which would you take?
MB: A championship would do a lot more than one little trophy. We've been through a lot as a university the last couple of years. Winning that big game would mean a lot. It would bring us back to where we were during the Carson Palmer and Matt Leinart days.
Do people come up to you on the street?
MB: People don't really recognize me in L.A. because there's too much going on. Celebrities are everywhere. I can put on a hat, and I'm good to go. No one knows who I am.
Name a celebrity you met who would surprise me.
MB: I met Metta World Peace at a restaurant. I was surprised. He's not what he seems like on the court. He's a real nice guy.
Can you imagine LeBron James on the football field?
MB: I still think [LeBron] would have been one of the most dominant football players ever as a tight end or a receiver. You'd just have to put it within 10 yards, and he'd go up and get it.
Even someone like me could throw it to him.