Top 10 Rose Bowl Quotes

Ducks celebrate their 2nd Rose Bowl victory

The Oregon Ducks football team touched down in Eugene after a dominating performance over Florida State in the Rose Bowl. We thought we would revisit some of the best quotes from the Ducks’ historic day in Pasadena:

”It kind of looked like he slipped on a banana, like in cartoons.” – Oregon linebacker Torrodney Prevot on Jameis Winston (si.com)

”I think what he did as a competitor and what he does with his teammates, he’s one of the great players in not only college football, but college football history to me, it was a tough day out there.” – Florida State Head Coach Jimbo Fisher regarding Winston (si.com)

“Sometimes,” Allen said, jaw clenched because of the frigid Los Angeles night, “injuries happen in football.” – Oregon receiver Devon Allen (Oregon Live)

“The longer you go, the stronger you get, we went longer and we stayed stronger. Everyone kept demanding more out of each other.” – Oregon Safety Erick Dargan (ESPN)

Sportsmanship Impaired

From Video

Still doesn’t get it.

“If everybody in this room just want to be real with themselves, this game could have went either way, we turned over the ball a lot. We beat ourself. Just be real with yourself right now — we beat ourself.” – Florida State Quarterback Winston (si.com)

“We just tried to out-team them.” – Oregon Coach Mark Helfrich (Bleacher Report)

“Florida State has quit.” – ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit

I love my squad no matter what #FSU till the day I die D.I.E. What an amazing year we still will have the same # of Ls as the champ #LMAO – Winston on Twitter

“We still have to win the big game next week to prove that we can be part of the big club, anyway.” – Oregon Graduate and actor Ty Burrell of Modern Family (Bleacher Report)

“It’s incredible. I’m so proud of these guys right here. We’ve got one more to take care of.” – Oregon Quarterback Marcus Mariota (ESPN)

Obviously, there were many other memorable quotes from an incredible day. Let the media frenzy begin for the National Championship Game. I expect the Ducks to continue to handle the game and the media with their usual class and character. Won Not Done!

Top Photo by John Sperry

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Adam Kruse

Adam Kruse

Living literally walking distance from Husky Stadium in the heart of Husky country, Adam is a passionate Duck fan originally from Salem, Oregon. Adam is a long-time season ticket holder and owner of no less than five Duck jerseys he proudly rotates and wears to work every Friday during the fall. Adams works as an Account Executive in the Cloud Software business and in his spare time, hangs out with his wife Rachael and daughter Addison. Go Ducks!