JM: I'm not on near as much as I used to be. I used to be on Twitter a bit more.
JM: Nothing really stings anymore. There used to be a lot of things. I was just really surprised at how people reacted. But I forgot there are millions of people who [tweet]. It's a tool to vent whatever you want behind a computer. It kind of rolls off my back.
When you go to basketball games and events, how do you make sure everyone knows it's on the up-and-up?
JM: Before I go anywhere I check with compliance. I think there's such a stereotype about student-athletes. Most people come from different families and are not as blessed as I am. The situation I'm in with my family being able to buy me tickets or take me to games.... I'm just extremely lucky.
Why would you come back to college after next season?
JM: Being here at A&M is something that I love a very large amount. It wouldn't be easy to leave here with years remaining. Obviously I want to win a national championship, and another Heisman would be out of this world.
What could you run a 40 in?
JM: I have not run a 40 in a year and a half. I think I could run around a 4.5. I don't know if I could keep up with [South Carolina defensive end] Jadeveon Clowney though.
Some question your arm strength.