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JM: I'm not on near as much as I used to be. I used to be on Twitter a bit more.
DP: What stings?
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.
DP: 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.
DP: 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.
DP: 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.
DP: Some question your arm strength.